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October 7, 2003

Dear Counselor,

I was in a Year long process of being treated for Hepatitis C with a drug
called Peg-Intron. During the course of treatment right at the end I
suffered five grand mal seizures which ended up in hospitalization and a
helicopter ride. Since then I have experience peripherial neuropathy and eye problems
and who knows what else.   The manufacturer Schering had me sign a prior release but during the prescribed treatment they came out with a revised set of precautions stating the new possible side effects.

I have enclosed the insert which was released right about the time I was completing my course of treatments. Had I know the severity of these after market problems (see page 3 of insert) I doubt I would have pursued treatment. The addendum is in the post marketing experience paragraph, which was not in the prior insert, and therefore I had no possibility of knowing possible dangers involved with this treatment. Do I have any legal recourse?

Thanks for you time and expertise.
W. B.




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