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Pfizer denies and problems with Celebrex

Reports that adverse and even fatal reactions have occurred in people who use Celebrex to treat arthritis. Pfizer, the makers of the drug, claim that the drug has proven its safety in numerous trials and will conduct new trials in 2005 to cement their proof. The Canadian government also supports the view that there is no evidence that the drug is harmful.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Reuters - Health

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About: Pfizer denies and problems with Celebrex

Date: 4 November 2004

Source: Reuters - Health


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