The drug caused a same-sex attraction



French family man Didier Zhember won a lawsuit against the British concern GlaxoSmithKline, which accused the manufacturers of drugs Requip for Parkinson's disease is that the drugs cause an unhealthy craving for same-sex love.

The reason for the sudden change in sexual preference was Zhembera Requip drug from a British manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, which the Frenchman tried to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Narcotic drugs cause addiction.

52-year-old was treated Zhember since 2003, but two years later the medication he was addicted to online gambling and messy gay party.

Zhembar attempted suicide eight times since his addiction did not leave him no choice, repeatedly spent the whole family budget on gambling.

"It's been seven years of war. GlaxoSmithKline lied to us and ruined our lives, "- said Zhembara wife Christine on the steps of the court in Rennes in north-western France.

French family man could sue on the claim of 256 million dollars, after the trial, he could not hold back tears.

Lawyers for the victim stated that the company for years, knowing that the pills have undesirable side effects, do not take any action, and only in 2006 have put a warning on the packaging.

Zhembar stopped taking the drug in 2005, after felt a passion for their narcotic effect.

The court in March after hearing the victim's hometown of Nantes ordered GlaxoSmithKline to pay 160 thousand dollars Zhemberu. The company then appealed against that decision. But the higher court this week has not only left in force compensation, but also raised the stakes of up to 256 thousand dollars.

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