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While most diet pills and otherwise prescriptions are said to be developed by American scientists, Acomplia would be one of the many actual exceptions to that. Europe actually has quite a few diet pills that were developed of course in Europe. But they have never made it out of Europe. Acomplia just happens to be a prescription example of this. Essentially, it was created by Sanofi Aventis, which is also responsible for products like Allegra and Ambien. They claim to be all about social responsibility. But we suspect that Acomplia may make many think twice.
This was originally used for two purposes. It was said to fight against the addictive tendencies in the brain, therefore helping people who were morbidly obese to stop smoking and lose weight at the same time. It all sounds great right? And it was on the European market, mainly in the UK, for a while.
It was actually banned by the UK and other European countries, and it never formally gained American FDA approval, even though they made multiple attempts. Why they weren’t approved by the American FDA we really couldn’t say for sure. However, we can say why they were banned by European countries. When a lot of people started taking Acomplia, they found that they weren’t actually losing weight and it was more effective against smoking. But keep in mind, this is not the reason why people stopped taking it and it was eventually banned. It was banned, because those same people started suffering rather serious side effects including psychosis and even suicide. Sanofi Aventis was accused of covering up incidences such as these occurring during their formal clinical trials. They still deny this.
There have been rumors that even though Sanofi Aventis shut down production of Acomplia, claiming that they cared about the safety of their consumer, they are trying to bring it back. We wouldn’t be particularly surprised. After all, it’s all about money, and the likelihood is they still have some Acomplia left that they would like to get rid of. This being said, they weren’t accused of hiding study results without cause. They just haven’t definitively proved it as of yet. Yes, there are other diet pills out there that don’t work, obviously, and Alli/Orlistat is one of them. But most of those don’t cause psychosis or suicide. So tread carefully with any diet pills produced in the near future by Sanofi Aventis.