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Approved in September 1998, Arava (leflunomide) was intended to relieve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. So far, Arava anti-inflammatory drug has been prescribed to over 1.5 million people since its 1998 arrival, but has been linked to up to 22 deaths in addition to 130 cases of severe liver problems. A profitable drug for Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Arava made $225 million in worldwide sales for 2001 alone. Prior to Arava most rheumatoid arthritis sufferers used methotrexate for treatment relief. When Arava was approved, the FDA failed to distinguish an increased effectiveness with the drug to treat rheumatoid arthritis but wanted to allow for a more extensive choice for the patients. The approval of Arava has been controversial due to the reported dangers associated to the drug and its inability to treat rheumatoid arthritis sufferers any better than previous methods. The death rate is 33 times higher when using Arava than when using methotrexate.





Courts in Idaho

Idaho State falls under the 9th Circuit. The website for the appeals court for this circuit is www.ca9.uscourts.gov. Idaho State has the following courts -
Idaho Bankruptcy/District Court http://www.id.uscourts.gov/



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Lawyer in Boise - Serving Idaho
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Idaho Legal Referral Services
  • Idaho State Bar Lawyer Referral Service Boise, ID (208)334-4500 Statewide
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