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Re: How is 5mg zyprexa different from 10mg?

Posted by DannyHaszard on November 4, 2006, at 6:24:48

In reply to How is 5mg zyprexa different from 10mg?, posted by blueberry on November 3, 2006, at 18:04:47

10 mg is the typical maximum dose.I heard/read that in 1998 Eli Liily sold a 50 mg tab.

I took it right off the bat in 1996 actually before in hospital inpatient setting 'trial study'

Eli Lilly is in trouble for using their drug reps to 'encourage' doctors to write zyprexa for non-FDA approved 'off label' uses.

The drug causes increased diabetes risk,and medicare picks up all the expensive fallout.There are now 8 states going after Lilly for fraud and restitution.

Daniel Haszard




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