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Drug Test Creates Elephant Man

Drug test subject 'looks like elephant man' says girlfriend

The girlfriend of a man fighting for life after taking part in a pharmaceuticals trial has said the drugs he was given have left him looking "like the Elephant Man".

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Myfanwy Marshall
Myfanwy Marshall, 35, said her boyfriend, a 28-year-old British man who had taken part in drug trials before without adverse side effects, felt ill 80 or 90 minutes after being given the drug on Monday.

He is now in the intensive care unit at at Northwick Park hospital in north-west London.

Five other men were also admitted to the intensive care unit at Northwick Park from an independent medical research unit on the hospital campus after taking part in the trial.

They had reacted badly to the drug, which is to treat chronic inflammatory conditions and leukaemia.

Miss Marshall said of her boyfriend: "He is like a shell of who he is and this machine is pumping out his lungs.

"His chest is puffed out. He is already a big kind of guy but his face is out here, like Elephant Man, it's completely puffed.

She added: "They haven't got a cure. This is not leukaemia. This is a drug they have never tested on humans before so they don't know what they are dealing with. It's completely messed up their vital organs."

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Last Updated ( Mar 16, 2006 at 06:17 PM )