US Drug Watchdog Expands Its Yaz Yasmin Birth Control Pill Investigation

The US Drug Watchdog, a private advocacy group in the United States for victims of dangerous pharmaceuticals and medical devices, announced recently that it is expanding its ongoing national investigation of the birth control pills called Yaz, Yasmin and the generic version, Ocella, over concern surrounding the potentially serious side effects associated with use of the drugs, such as heart attacks, blood clots, strokes and other health risks. The group has proclaimed this issue to be one of the most important women’s health initiatives ever and remains committed to educating women regarding all of the risks linked to the use of these drugs.

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