Heart Drug Causes Unexpected Deaths

A drug called spironolactone that was shown in 1999 to reduce deaths and hospitalization for patients with congestive heart failure may have actually taken lives rather than saved them. After the 1999 clinical drug study, which showed that the drug prevented or postponed 11 deaths and eight hospital admissions for every 100 patients treated, prescriptions for the generic drug jumped more than fourfold over an 18-month period. However, along with the jump came a tripling of hospital...

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