Many people who were prescribed the painkillers Darvon and Darvocet may still be taking them even though the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ruled them too dangerous to remain on the market. Last month, the FDA pulled all drugs containing the active ingredient propoxyphene, including Darvon and Darvocet as well as generic equivalents, because a review of data showed the drugs increased the risk of deadly abnormal heart rhythms. The drug is being removed from pharmacies and doctors were informed to stop prescribing the drug. Many pharmacies sent letters to patients who had recently filled prescriptions for Darvon and ... Read More
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