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September 2014
By Caroline Chen Sep 16, 2014 8:21 AM CT Testosterone supplements used last year by about 2.3 million men are spurring debates over how necessary and safe they may be, even as U.S. regulators consider approving a new product. Food and Drug Administration advisers tomorrow will consider whether the drugs are being prescribed to the […]
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Article by: JOE CARLSON, Star Tribune  Updated: September 10, 2014 – 1:19 AM A jury hit Boston Scientific with $73.5 million in damages this week in one of thousands of suits the device maker faces over an implant intended to treat incontinence. The verdict in a Dallas court is part of a tsunami of product-defect […]
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Johnson & Johnson faces a new product liability lawsuit that alleges side effects of Levaquin caused peripheral neuropathy for a Maryland woman, leaving her with the severe and often permanent form of nerve damage after using the popular antibiotic. The complaint (PDF) was filed last month by Karyn Grossman in the U.S. District Court for […]
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