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Bextra, released by Pfizer in 2001, is a cox-2 painkiller that was promoted as a miracle drug for many arthritis sufferers. However the promises provided by Pfizer did not deliver as expected for hundreds of thousands of unwary consumers. After being linked to heart attacks, strokes and the potentially deadly allergic reaction Stevens Johnson syndrome, Bextra was pulled from the market on April 7, 2005. Since its beginning in 2001, Bextra has dramatically affected the lives of thousands. The good news for those who have been affected by taking Bextra is that we can help. If you or a loved on has developed Stevens Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis or erythema multiforme as a result of taking Bextra, contact one of our attorneys immediately. Numerous settlements are underway and I would like to help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact Us Now….

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