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Mom Who 'Burned' After Taking Friend’s Medicine Leaves Hospital
A young mother has finally left intensive care after months battling a rare-but-serious reaction to a friend's prescription antibiotics that caused her to "burn" from the inside out on the day after Thanksgiving. Yassmeen Castanada, 19, spent 52 days in the University of California Irvine's burn
Gene Sauers Takes 2-Stroke Lead in Boeing Classic
Gene Sauers took the Boeing Classic lead Saturday, two weeks after his breakthrough victory in the U.S. Senior Open
With Couples out, but Daly's Debut Highlights Boeing Classic
For a change, Fred Couples won't be receiving the most attention and the largest galleries when the Boeing Classic tees off Friday
Gene Sauers Wins US Senior Open Championship.
Gene Sauers closed with a 1-under 69 and took advantage of another collapse by Miguel Angel Jimenez to win the rain-delayed U.S. Senior Open for his first senior victory
Woman Who 'Burned' From Inside Out Leaves Hospital
Yassmeen Castanada, 19, was finally released from the hospital two months after suffering a serious reaction to a friend's prescription antibiotics.
Woman 'Burns' From Inside Out After Reaction to Friend's Medicine
A young mother is in intensive care after having a rare but serious reaction to a friend's prescription antibiotics that caused her to "burn" from the inside out. Yassmeen Castanada, 19, wasn't feeling well on Thanksgiving, so she took a pill that her friend had left over from a previous illness.
The Social Climber: Acetaminophen Warning Issued
Drug Makers Are Required to Warn Consumers About the Dangerous Drug Reaction
FDA Rule Could Make Generic Drugmakers Liable
A new rule could open the door for lawsuits against generic drugmakers , which are currently protected by a legal obligation to copy the formulas and labels of their name-brand counterparts. The rule, proposed Wednesday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration , would allow generic drugmakers to
Woman Disfigured by Generic Drug Loses $21 Million Award
Eight years after she was burned and blinded by a prescription drug, Karen Bartlett feels numb. This week the Supreme Court ruled that Mutual Pharmaceutical Co., the maker of the drug Bartlett took for shoulder pain, should not be held responsible for her injuries because the company had copied the