Jointrex Joint Care Sales Explode Following the Removal of the Drug Vioxx From the Market and Concerns Surrounding Celebrex and Heart Conditions

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Jointrex dietary supplement joint care sales have exploded following the removal of the drug Vioxx from the market and concerns surrounding Celebrex and heart conditions.

Dietary supplement company, KMS of West Palm Beach Florida as announced explosive sales growth of their Jointrex dietary supplement following recent problems with certain prescription drugs on the market as follows:

VIOXX® (rofecoxib)1, has been withdrawn from the market following reports of problems such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a skin disorder, caused by BEXTRA® (valdecoxib)2. Celebrex is the subject of interim reports raising the question of potential heart problems associated with CELEBREX® (celecoxib)3,4,.

On October 18, 2004 the FDA announced:

"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising doctors to consider alternatives to pain reliever Celebrex in the wake of a study that showed it increased the risk of heart attack and strokes at high doses."

In Additional Breaking News:

The National Cancer Institute, which was conducting the study for Pfizer, said patients in the clinical trial taking 800 milligrams of Celebrex had a 3.4 times greater risk of cardiovascular events compared to a placebo. For patients in the trial taking 400 milligrams of Celebrex the risk was 2.5 times greater. The average duration of treatment in the trial was 33 months.

In the 2,000 patient study, 15 individuals taking 400 mgs, 20 patients taking 800 mgs and 6 patients on placebo suffered either a cardiac-related death, heart attack or stroke.

In the wake of these and other announcements, consumers suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are looking for alternatives to prescription drug treatment that are formulated to be safe and effective and the ingredients in dietary supplement products like Jointrex can provide support and/or relief from the joint pain and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis without the negative side effects of prescription drugs.

This theory is supported by recent sales spikes of Jointrex on a wholesale and retail level.

KMS spokesperson, Kellie Leighton, reports, "We always knew that Jointrex was an excellent joint care product based on our current customer base and it appears that recent market changes in prescription drugs has only expanded the base of Jointrex users.

Jointrex, in addition to Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfates, is also rich in Magnesium, Boron, Hyaluronic Acid, Chicken Sternal Cartilage, BioCell, MSM, Copper and Boron.

KMS is a leading international of dietary supplements located in West Palm Beach, FL and has developed and/or distributed products found in GNC, Eckerds, CVS/Rite Aid and Walgreens in addition to Independent Health Food Stores Nationwide.

KMS products in addition to Jointrex include male performance supplements KONG, KONG Black Voodoo, the weight management supplement Carbolizer and BluEarth brand premium multi-vitamins.

For more information on Jointrex visit http://www.Jointrex.com or call KMS M-F 9-5PM EST @ 1-888-844-6822 to order Toll Free or call 561-845-1072 for International Orders.

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