If you have such experience with this topic why didn't you state your case from the start in an informative and constructive manner. If you want to help then help by being honest. I don't know why you are here. You say you have not used duromine, then you're lucky, if are you here for weight loss, and looking for support using another method then good, but if you are here to make more information known on the potential danger of Duromine then why not just say so up front or be a little less confrontational.
I know Duromine is a potentially dangerous drug but so is obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes and bulimia and other eating disorders, a few of which I have been battling in the last 10 years. I take hold of it as do others as a last ditch effort to find something that works for us before other drastic measures have to be taken- bariatric surgery would be my last option . So yes maybe we are taking a risk in many ways but it's a calculated risk that needs to be made to maintain a life worth living. I don't know what an anorexic addict has to do with someone like me, I think the one you should be mad at is the ones that aided her addiction in the beginning, irresponsible doctors who prescribe it to anyone who asks for it, and at the dealers who gave it to her when no one else would.
Okay I apologise for the chicken crack, that was uncalled for. This is an emotive subject for me. This doesn't need to be so personal, we are all trying to help here. Attacking and distracting from the topic at hand isn't helpful or sensible.
Could you start a thread, and outline in a clinical way what you know and have observed what happens when Duromine goes from being a weightloss drug to an addiction, what to look out for and who should definitely not take it. Just give us an overview of what you know on the negative side of it. I would like to know, docs don't actually tell you this, and where else would we find out about it. A balanced view is good, I don't want to stick my head in the sand. I'm going to continue taking it for the near future, but not for too long.
If you don't want to then don't. No skin off my nose.