|Writers||Nancy Edwards (writer)
|Plot||Public Citizen, the Washington, D.C. based, non-profit consumer rights organization, sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2008, to force stronger warnings on dangerous antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. These commonly prescribed drugs, such as Cipro and Levaquin, have been causing life altering, debilitating side effects, since they were introduced to the United States in the 1980's. Patients harmed by fluoroquinolones speak out in the 2009 documentary CERTAIN ADVERSE EVENTS, which exposes little known facts about the U.S. prescription drug trade. Dr. Sidney Wolfe, Public Citizen's Health Research Founder and the organization's legal experts, discuss the reason for their successful lawsuit against the FDA. Entertaining Baltimore radio show pharmacists, Brian Sanderoff and Ray Hinish, skewer the FDA over its failure to keep the public safe.... search for Certain Adverse Events on IMDb|
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