These molecules, with more than modest efficacy, expose people to serious adverse effects, sometimes fatal, and numerous drug interactions.
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That's one incident too many. The one who could – who should – deal a fatal blow to the prescription and consumption of drugs against Alzheimer's disease. At the request of the National Medicines Safety Agency, last month all general practitioners, specialists in neurology, geriatrics, psychiatry and all pharmacists received a letter informing them of the risk of occurrence of serious skin reactions in patients treated with galantamine. Stevens-Johnson syndromes, a brutal and extremely serious drug allergy, sometimes fatal, affecting the peeling skin and several mucous membranes, as well as cases of generalized acute exanthematous pustulosis (the skin turns red then is covered with whitish pustules) have been observed c
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