Pfizer Falsifies Data for Suicide-Linked Anti-Smoking Drug, Gets Away with Murder

A risky psychotropic drug known as varenicline is used as a smoking cessation drug by Pfizer and sold as Chantix in the USA and Champix internationally. It has left a trail of dead bodies, literally. How? Often in the form of suicide, and sometimes homicide.

Approved by the FDA in May 2006, Pfizer’s patent for Chantix/Champix has stirred up over a billion dollars in annual sales. Unfortunately, its effectiveness was highly exaggerated by flawed study results. Even worse, many extreme adverse reports were camouflaged by obscuring minor side effects with more serious ones, which include suicidal and homicidal thinking and behavior.

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