As if it weren’t enough that they swelled up horribly, tore at their flesh, and had to have their toes amputated, recent tests show they have no detectable T-cells.
Without toes, you can’t walk. Without T-cells, the victims are susceptible to a variety of auto-immune diseases where the body attacks itself.
This is the very condition that the drug was designed to treat.
Having paid a nominal sum to the victims, Parexel denies further liability. Some of the patients are suing, but they may not live to see their legal effort’s fruition.