US Drug Watchdog Says Calls Identifying All Recalled Darvocet & Darvon Pain Pill Victims with Severe Heart Problems its Top Priority

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The US Drug Watchdog says, "identifying all Darvocet, Darvon, or Propoxyphene pain pill users, who have had a recent heart attack, or a heart pacemaker installed recently is our absolute number one national priority. Most US citizens have heard nothing of the recall." The group is saying, "most US citizens, who took Darvocet, Darvon, or Propoxyphene, do not know these drugs could have contributed to a heart attack, severe heart rhythm issues, the need to control their heart beat with medication, or now have a pacemaker installed to normalize their heart's rhythm." The group fears millions of Americans could still be using these pain medications-because they never heard about the recall. The group says, "we need to hear from every Darvocet, Darvon, or Propoxyphene user, who has recently had a heart attack, now has a heart pacemaker, developed severe heart issues, or other heart problems." For more information please call the US Drug Watchdog at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at

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you, or a loved one has suffered recent abnormal heart rhythms, heart attacks, or other heart problems while taking Darvon, Darvocet, or the generic Propoxyphene, please call us immediately at 866-714-6466

The US Drug Watchdog says, "our Darvocet, Darvon, or Propoxyphene initiatives are by far the most important dangerous drug campaigns we have ever worked on. These drugs have been around for 50 years. These pain pills were used by millions, we fear they are still widely used, and we fear most US citizens have never heard of the November 10th 2010 recall." The recalled pain pills Darvocet, Darvon, or the generic version Propoxyphene have been associated with severe heart rhythm issues, heart attacks, sudden death, and many users now have pacemakers, because of the damage done by these widely used pain medications." The group is saying, "These pain pills have killed completely innocent US citizens, and our number one goal is to identify every individual in the United States, who has used the recalled Darvocet, or Darvon, and then recently developed heart rhythm issues, had a heart attack, or other severe complications, including having to now have a heart pacemaker. We now fear its in well over 100,000, but tragically we may never know." They say, "If you, or a loved one has suffered recent abnormal heart rhythms, heart attacks, or other heart problems while taking Darvon, Darvocet, or the generic Propoxyphene, please call us immediately at 866-714-6466." Darvocet, or Darvon victims can also contact the US Drug Watchdog via its web site at

What are some typical symptoms experienced by many Darvocet, or Darvon pain pill users?

The US Drug Watchdog indicates the serious side effects that they are aware of with respect to Darvocet, or Darvon users are as follows:

  • Heart Arrhythmia
  • Heart Attack
  • Suicide
  • Overdose
  • Sudden Death

The US Drug Watchdog is the premier private pharmaceutical watchdog in the United States. They say, "The Internet, and cable TV are loaded with advertisements, about compensation for Darvocet, or Darvon users, ads talking about Darvocet, or Darvon class actions, and or lawsuits, related to heart attacks, or heart rhythm problems. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the attorneys, or law firms advertising for help with heart conditions, heart attacks, or even sudden death after using the recalled Darvocet, or Darvon are middlemen marketing law firms-not the actual trial law firms, that will prosecute these cases." The group says, "We want to make certain the Darvocet, Darvon, or Propoxyphene victims, who are dealing with severe heart damage get to the actual trial law firms, or trial attorneys, that have the best record in achieving significant results for their clients-not a middleman marketing law firm."

Federal Case No. 2:10-cv-04455

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