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August, 2005 – A Texas jury awarded $253.4 million to the widow of a man who had died in 2001 after taking VIOXX. It was reduced to $26 million byRead More..
VIOXX™ is a non-steroid, anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID – a painkiller) marketed by Merck & Co., Inc., producer of the famous Merck Manuals, and a leading international pharmaceutical company. Merck spendsRead More..
In 2001 there was a fatal accident where renovations were being done at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. A construction worker was operating a Toyota forklift moving lumber, andRead More..
Seeking to save diabetics from having to use needles for injecting insulin every day, some companies have tried to develop an inhalable form of insulin. Pfizer, the world’s largest pharmaceuticaRead More..
An elderly couple now living in Colorado, Joseph and Mary Garza, filed suit in 2005 against Asbestos Corp. Ltd, after Joseph was diagnosed with asbestosis. The symptoms of asbestosis typicallyRead More..
Recently the FDA has issued new rules about when a manufacturing company can be sued if one of their products causes injury. The new rules say that if that productRead More..
Today the FDA has announced that it is looking into a possible connection between the allergy drug Singulair and suicide. The manufacturer, Merck, has updated the drug’s label four timesRead More..
In 1993 there was a case before the U.S. Supreme Court known as Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc. The Supreme Court issued guidelines to determine what scientific evidence canRead More..
At the Phoenix airport in September, 2007, an intoxicated woman was arrested for disorderly conduct. She was traveling alone from New York to Tucson to enter an alcohol treatment centerRead More..
The March issue of Orthopedics has an interview with Andrew Cappuccino, who is the assistant team orthopedic surgeon for the NFL Buffalo Bills. Bills player Kevin Everett was injured wRead More..