Metamizole: a survivor’s story

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PATRICK Clancy went into septic shock after being prescribed the controversial painkiller Metamizole and spent six weeks in an induced coma on life support.
He was given the analgesic following a shoulder operation but after developing side effects was rushed into intensive care at Denia Hospital after his white blood cell count plummeted and he developed sepsis.

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