Chantix is an anti-smoking drug made by Pfizer and approved by the FDA on May of 2006. Since that time many users have reported serious side effects such as depression, suicidal thoughts and other psychotic episodes. According to the FDA, blackouts and unconsciousness leading to car accidents have also been linked to Chantix use.
Due to the reported problems from Chantix users, the FDA sought a “Black Box” warning for the drug. This warning is required for any drug that can cause a serious threat of significant or life-threatening side effects.
If you have used Chantix and have suffered some of the dangerous side effects caused by this drug, you have the option to seek justice for your pain and suffering, states a recent press release.