who died between
1989 and 1993
Did a member of your family participate as a
cancer patient in clinical tests of the drug hydrazine sulfate
between 1989 and 1993? If so, you may be eligible to be part
of a class-action lawsuit now under consideration against the
National Cancer Institute. There will be absolutely no cost to
you, and you may be eligible to share in any awards.
The tests were conducted by cancer centers and
cancer physicians (for a partial list, click here)
throughout the United States to determine the action of hydrazine
sulfate. The National Cancer Institute failed to inform patients
that the concomitant use of certain medications, tranquilizers,
barbiturates, or alcohol during the test could deactivate the
therapeutic action of hydrazine sulfate and induce morbidity and
mortality in patients.
If a member of your family took hydrazine
sulfate as part of these N.C.I. clinical tests during this
period, please write to
Kathy Keeton Guccione, c/o
General Media, 277 Park Avenue, Fourth Floor, New York, N.Y.
as soon as possible. Your name and address will
be kept confidential. You can also send a confidential e-mail
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