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Medication that has lethal side effects without telling you about them ?

should doctors be allowed to prescribe medication that has lethal side effects without telling you about them ? some meds for blood pressure will cause congestive heart desease. shouldn t you know this from the start and shouldn t you have the right to decide for yourself ?
Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Absolutley, you are entitled to know all side effects caused by any medication. Otherwise you can't make an informed decision.
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