I talked to the pathologist yesterday and she is going to check into my mom's autopsy. Since it has not been 6 months from her death SLED still has her samples and can still run a check specifically for this medication. So I left my name and number again for the pathologist to give me a call. I also talked with my neighbor who works in the pharmacy and asked her did she get any of the bad medication and she said yes. She said everyone got it and that I should look into this more. So there is a high probability that my mom was taking the bad medication. Also there is a man who works with my step dad whose father just passed away last Thursday also of a heart attack very suddenly and he too was on this medication so I hope he looks into this matter too. Now whether or not this contributed to her death I don't know but it certainly couldn't have helped matters none. So when I get the autopsy report and find out what it says I am sure that we will be pursuing this further with the attorneys office. I am so sick to death over this mess. My stomach is so in knots I feel like I can't eat because I am so nauseous all the time now. How can this be possible? How can my precious mom be gone? How did this medication get out there and potentially harm people when it was supposed to be helping? I was supposed to be trying to get past this and now I have more questions than ever.
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