The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved the use of Botox in treating bladder control problems such as over activity. According to a statement released by the FDA, this move will offer some relief in cases where other drugs have been ineffective or failed entirely in treating bladder control. Some studies have proven that Botox injections relax bladder muscles and significantly increase the bladder’s capacity to hold urine for long. Continue reading
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued warnings to purchasing agents, quality-control administrators and consumers about the purchase of counterfeit Botox by 350 U.S. medical practices. Continue reading
The FDA has warned more than 350 physicians nationwide that their purchases of bargain Botox from CanadaDrugs was illegal. The agency noted that any drugs purchased from CanadaDrugs are unapproved, potentially adulterated, and not of suitable quality for patients. Continue reading
In the past year, the FDA has issued five warnings to U.S. cosmetic practitioners regarding the purchase and sale of counterfeit Botox. In September 2012 the agency ordered Canada Drugs to stop selling fake Botox and other drugs through its network of 4, 100 websites. Continue reading
Summary: Non-FDA approved, counterfeit Botox has found its way into over 350 American doctors’ offices, posing a major health risk to patients. The Canadian firm identified as the source has previously been linked to the distribution of other counterfeit medications. Continue reading
U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued warning letters to doctors across the country. Fake or counterfeit Botox is a growing problem and the FDA is cracking down on physicians that bought the drug from unapproved suppliers. Continue reading
BEVERLY HILLS, CA, October 28, 2010 – Crawling under her skin, they multiply to create an unsightly purple web that lowers a woman’s hem quicker than the latest fashion trend, or drives her from the beach and swimsuit for the reassurance of shorts or jeans. But spider, or varicose veins, no longer need to be hidden or tolerated with the breakthrough Asclera treatment offered by Dr. Simon Ourian of Epione Medical in Beverly Hills.
The unsightly swollen or twisted veins virtually evaporate with Dr. Ourian’s treatment that incorporates the new injection drug. “Varicose veins and the smaller so-called spider veins are most common on a person’s legs, but can appear anywhere on the body and seemingly out of nowhere, ” Dr. Ourian says of the treatment approved this year by the federal Food and Drug Administration. “That’s why Asclera injections, a type of sclerotherapy treatment, are so attractive. They are especially suited for treatment of small types of varicose veins in which improving appearance is the goal.”