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This forum is dedicated to those who have suffered the effects of the drug Amiodarone (also sold as Cordarone and Pacerone). Tragically, many of them have died a very painful deaths as a result of Amiodarone toxicity. For others, while they have survived their lives have drastically been altered as a result of Amiodarone side effects. Amiodarone is a powerful drug that needs to be taken only as a LAST RESORT and under close medical supervision.
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A Medical View of Amiodarone
This article from About Health describes what a toxic drug amiodarone is and how even when symptoms present themselves amiodarone toxicity is often over looked as the cause of illness.
Read the article here.
MedlinePlus Drug gives detailed information here.
Looking for an A-fib Cure?
Why risk taking toxic drugs when there is a permanent surgical cure for a-fib available. Dr. John Sirak is a cardiothoracic surgeon specializing in atrial fibrillation. Patients Andy Miller and Scott Ward have had the procedure and swear by its success. Both Andy and Scott are available for questions regarding their surgery at our Facebook group, Stop Amiodarone. To learn more about Dr. Sirak, check out his profile here.
The Mal Moore Amiodarone Case
Attorney E. Kirk Wood has filed a lawsuit in Alabama on behalf of the Moore family.
Read the details here
Read the court documents here
“Ablation Superior to Amiodarone”
The results of a new survey show that Amiodarone is NOT the most effective treatment for a -fib.
Read the article here.
Amiodarone Is Frequently Used by EMT’s and Is Carried on Crash Carts
Listen to Dr. Amal Mattu of the University of Maryland School of Medicine as he outlines why Amiodarone is NOT the drug of choice.