Godly gift for arthritis pain
Big Pharma is at it again… Creating and selling a drug that causes thousands of heart attacks and strokes each year. In 2015, the FDA asked drug makers to strengthen their warning labels. Since then, most have listed their dangerous side effects on the bottle. But one manufacturer thought they didn’t have to warn people about their dangerous drug. They marketed their product as a “unique” breakthrough. They even published studies promising it was “safe for long-term use.” 1 The drug is a 7-year-old arthritis drug called Actemra. It’s made by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche. But a new investigation has linked it to at least 1,128 heart attack and stroke deaths. Thousands more have suffered serious side effects. These include heart failure, stroke and lung disease.2 Researchers did a side-by-side comparison of Actemra to other arthritis drugs. They found the rate of stroke and heart failure in Actemra patients was 1.5 times higher. So far, neither Roche nor the FDA has alerted patients or doctors to its deadly risks. It’s another example of why I recommend plant-based remedies to my patients. These safe medicines have been used for thousands of years. Like Boswellia serrata, or Indian frankincense. Back in Biblical days, it was even more highly prized than gold. And it’s one of the most effective treatments for arthritis pain and inflammation I’ve found. Ayurvedic healers have used it for centuries to treat art...
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ConclusionThe ddSVD algorithm better correlates with DWI follow-up infarct volume than DISD processing. The DISD algorithm overestimated larger ischemic cores which may lead to patient exclusion from thrombectomy based on selection by core volume.
ConclusionThick (2 –3 mm) axial MIPs are not useful to detect proximal LVO in the anterior circulation.
ConclusionThe results of this 10-year longitudinal study imply a positive correlation between long-standing hypertension and the progression of DWMLs.
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