Chuck Norris sues MRI manufacturers for use of Gadolinium

Action star Chuck Norris took on medical device manufacturers in a lawsuit filed in California on Wednesday alleging a chemical used in MRI imaging scans poisoned his wife.

Gadolinium that doctors injected into Gena Norris to improve the clarity of her MRIs have left her weak and tired and with debilitating bouts of pain and a burning sensation, the suit filed in San Francisco Superior Court says.

Gadolinium is a metal found in so-called contrast agents used in many MRIs. Studies have shown it is retained by organs such as the brain, bones and skin. READ MORE…

VLA Comment:  What a beautiful and kind looking woman…we wish her well quickly.  We have know about the use of this chemical to make it more comfortable for the Doctors, but poisons the patient.  There is another chemical but theDoctors prefer this one at the cost of the patients who seek their help but find themselves worse off.

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