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Infections are linked to hard-to-clean medical devices
This article illustrates how hard to clean medical devices can cause infections, and that this problem is more prevalent than we once originally thought.
Over 200 Families Have Filed Zofran Lawsuits
As of February 16, 2016, 224 Zofran lawsuits have been consolidated in the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts. Each of these complaints accuses GlaxoSmithKline, the makers of Zofran, of promoting their drug for non-FDA approved uses and of concealing evidence of Zofran’s link to birth defects.
Damages Available in a Benzene Lawsuit
Did you develop a disease after benzene exposure? Did you know that you may be eligible to file a claim? Every state has different damages available for benzene injuries and wrongful death claims.
Harvard Surgeon Seeks to Ban Power Morcellation
In October 2013, Dr. Amy Reed, an anesthesiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, underwent a routine hysterectomy at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston to remove benign fibroids.
5 Things You Should Know About IVC Filters
The IVC Filter is a popular alternative for patients who cannot tolerate anticoagulant medication. In fact, nearly a quarter of a million of these devices are implanted each year.
Zofran’s Canadian Label Includes Warning for Pregnant Women
Over 200 Zofran lawsuits have now been filed across the country. Zofran is a medication approved by the FDA to treat nausea in chemotherapy patients and people undergoing surgeries.
Choosing a Lawyer for a Nexium Lawsuit
Numerous studies have linked the popular prescription drug Nexium to various renal problems, including chronic kidney disease and even renal failure.
Is Nexium Unsafe?
Risk is something everybody deals with. From driving cars to participating in sports; we all choose to engage in some activities that carry an inherent risk of harm. Why do we choose to do these things, even though they may harm us?
Why Are Women With Ovarian Cancer Who Used Talc Getting Big Money?
Talcum powder, commonly known as “talc,” has been shown to cause ovarian cancer in women who use it in their genital area for long periods of time. Several recent lawsuits have resulted in multi-million dollar verdicts for talc users.

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