Is This Parkinson’s Drug KILLING Seniors?
Having Parkinson’s is bad enough…
Between the tremors… the stiffness… the fatigue… and the depression, it can feel like the suffering never ends.
Well, leave it to Big Pharma to make a bad problem much, much worse.
A dangerous new Parkinson’s drug has hit the market – and more than 700 people have died after taking it.
This medication NEVER should have seen the light of day.
And if you or someone you love is suffering from Parkinson’s, you need to act now to keep yourself safe.
Around 40 percent of Parkinson’s patients experience hallucinations and delusions called “Parkinson’s psychosis.”
That’s where the drug Nuplazid was supposed to help.
But this medication has a dark history… and it NEVER should have been given to anyone with Parkinson’s.
You see, Nuplazid manufacturer Acadia has been trying to find a use for this drug for over a decade.
First it did trials on schizophrenic patients… and never released the data.
Then Acadia turned to “Parkinson’s psychosis.”
One clinical trial ended early due to “futility.” Yes, really – it went that badly.
The other trials revealed a shocking number of serious side effects and deaths in patients taking Nuplazid.
And despite all of these problems, the Food and Drug Administration actually fast-tracked Nuplazid’s approval in 2016.
Are you as FURIOUS as I am? Want to guess what happened next?
Since its April 2016 approval, more than 700 patients taking Nuplazid have died. And in more than 500 of those deaths, Nuplazid was the only determinable risk.
And these are just the cases that the FDA knows about!
But the FDA still isn’t lifting a finger. And Acadia continues to push Nuplazid on Parkinson’s patients, and has even turned its attention to seniors with Alzheimer’s.
So, it’s up to us to spread the word about this dangerous drug.
If you or a loved one is suffering from Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, NEVER let a doctor prescribe you Nuplazid.
There’s just too much risk… and not a lot of upside.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health