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Tamil Militants-Difficult Times

November 29, 1986 unit of the Boston University School of Medicine) was released. The study looked at these two conditions with special reference to analgesic (including dipyrone, i e, analgin) use in hospitals in cities in West Germany, West Berlin, Spain, Israel, Hungary, Sweden, Italy and Bulgaria. According to the report the risk for analgin users of suffering from agranulocytosis was not as high as earlier studies had indicated. However, the report also clearly indicated that these results should not be extrapolated for all countries. Moreover, it stated that in considering the public health implications of any analgesic all the adverse effects must be taken into consideration. And interestingly enough, the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding (which is associated with aspirin use) in the case of analgin has never been estimated.

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