Lunesta causes cancer.

  Public Citizen, a watchdog consumer group, has expressed concern about possible cancer risks with the newly approved sleeping pill, Lunesta (eszopiclone).

  This is based on findings of tumors in lab animals and DNA damage in early studies. There were also some isolated reports of breast and skin cancers in human clinical trials with Lunesta.

  The FDA looked at this data before approval of Lunesta...and concluded that there's no proof of a cancer risk. They say the incidence of cancer with Lunesta ISN'T any higher than what's expected in the general population.

Practical advice for a better career, with unlimited access to CE

Pharmacy Technician's Letter includes:

  • 12 issues every year, with brief articles about new meds and hot topics
  • 200+ CE courses, including the popular CE-in-the-Letter
  • Helpful, in-depth Technician Tutorials
  • Access to the entire archive

Already a subscriber? Log in

Volume pricing available. Get a quote