The US Drug Watchdog Expands Its Gadolinium-Medical MRI's- Kidney Disease & NSF Initiative

Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 4, 2010 -- The US Drug Watchdog is launching a national investigation into the dye used in MRI imaging called Gadolinium, out of fear that thousands of US citizens with kidney disease, who had and MRI in the last 10 years, where this dye was used, may now have an incurable medical condition known as NSF. Because so little information is available on this very important issue the US Drug Watchdog is begging the national press to cover this very important story. The group is saying, "26 million US citizens have kidney disease. We have linked a specific type of imaging dye used in MRI's called Gadolinium, to an incurable medical condition called NSF. Our biggest fear is most Americans with kidney disease have never linked their NSF, to the fact the were injected with a dye called Gadolinium, as part of the process in getting a MRI." The US Drug Watchdog is also saying, "we also fear that many to most physicians, especially dermatologists, or internists may not have connected the dots between the use of the Gadolinium dye used in MRI's, and their patients having symptoms of this horrible medical condition called NSF." Victims of NSF, who had a MRI, where Gadolinium was used should call the US Drug Watchdog immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://USDrugWatchdog.Com

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