PIC case gets a new twist | Efroze Chemicals ISOTAB was not prescribed to most of the victims – Mubashir Luqman
Free medicine at Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) becomes a death sentence. 130 plus deaths. Political mud-slinging. Conspiracy theories. Spurious accusations. Pakistan’s pharmaceutical industry in trouble. Catch up on the news first then read on.
Now that you are up-to-date on this bizarre story here’s a new twist! (Forward to around the 27 second mark)
What’s that now? Mubashir Luqman is on Dunya TV saying Efroze Chemical’s ISOTAB, the alleged killer drug, was not even prescribed to most of the PIC patients who died? Yes read that again. ISOTAB may not have been prescribed to those who died. Wait wasn’t the anti-malarial inadvertently added to ISOTAB conclusively responsible as the cause of death? Talha bin Ayub wrote a few days back in a guest blog on Teeth Maestro that things don’t add up medically and that a overdose from the anti-malarial can be reversed also.
We need to step back and really investigate this whole incident properly without political circuses or lynch mobs baying for blood. For the sake of the 130 plus who passed away. For the sake of the thousands that may die in the future if this entire episode is not used to structure the pharmaceutical industry, to build in safeguards, to strengthen our institutions, and to protect our people.
What do you think of this entire episode and these new developments?
Posted on 2012/02/09, in Business & Economy, Media, Pakistan, Pakistan Politics, Society and tagged bizarre story, Business, conspiracy theories, Death, Dunya TV, Efroze Chemicals, FIA, free medicine, Health, Heart, ISOTAB, killer drug, Media, Media of Pakistan, Mubashir Luqman, Pakistan, Pharmaceutical Industry, PIC, PML-N, Politics, Punjab, Punjab Institute of Cardiology, Shahbaz Sharif, Teeth Maestro. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.