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Novartis - Two-year-old Boy Gets Cancer

A.L.F. Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) | 26.04.2008 15:26 | Bio-technology | Health

This information campaign is dedicated to the victims of Novartis AG: Gunned-down Brazilian farmers - Tortured, maimed and killed animals in labs - Victims of sexual exploitation by the management - Africans left to die for profit - Patients poisoned and killed with harmful drugs - Babies fed with unhealthy food

Testing, Rabbit
Testing, Rabbit

Part 9: Novartis USA: Skin Cream Elidel

A two-year-old boy in 2003 got a prescription for Elidel, a skin cream used to alleviate symptoms of eczema, a common skin rash. Ten months later, doctors diagnosed the child with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, according to the Food and Drug Administration's reporting system for adverse drug events.

Elidel of Novartis may cause cancer and is the center of a battle brewing between the FDA and Novartis. The dispute illustrates the FDA's growing dilemma in assessing risks versus benefits.

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  1. Cancer versus eczema... — eczema sufferer.