Sunday, September 26, 2010
Did Johnson & Johnson Conceal Risks of Popular Birth Control Patch?
AOL Health: Did Johnson & Johnson Hide the Dangers of its Birth Control Patch?, by Ronnie Koenig:
Did Johnson & Johnson hide the dangers of one its most popular prescription drugs from the public?
Doctors have written more than 40 million prescriptions for Ortho Evra, the birth control patch, since it hit the market in 2002. But now it appears that the drug once believed to be a savior for forgetful women who couldn't remember to take a pill at the same time every day has both hidden and deadly side effects that J&J may have concealed, according to a "TODAY" show report. . . .