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Health Canada Equally Concerned About IVC Filter Side Effects

Health Canada Equally Concerned About IVC Filter Side Effects May 3, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Ottawa, ON: We’re coming up to the one-year anniversary that Health Canada, the Canadian equivalent to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), released a guidance review and summaries pertaining to in-depth analysis of the inferior vena cava filter landscape in America’s northern-most neighbor. Akin to the FDA, Health Canada maintains concern for the length of time retrievable filters are left in place.
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California Attorney Stands Up for Consumer Rights and Class Action Suits

California Attorney Stands Up for Consumer Rights and Class Action Suits May 3, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Dallas, Texas Veteran attorney Ethan Preston knows the world of class actions very well. He’s successfully represented thousands of people in consumer and small class action lawsuits as a Texas attorney through his firm Ethan Preston Law, where much of his focus is on consumer technology and consumer privacy cases.
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Stockert 3T Not the Only Heater-Cooler Unit Associated with Infection discovered Years Ago

Stockert 3T Not the Only Heater-Cooler Unit Associated with Infection discovered Years Ago May 2, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
Washington, DC: Over the past few years the Stockert 3T heater-cooler system has come under fire after reports of heart bypass patients developing Mycobacterium chimaera infections were traced back to the device. But Stockert isn’t the only heater-cooler system in use.
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INRatio Proposed Class Action Settled Before Alere Lawsuit Could Proceed

INRatio Proposed Class Action Settled Before Alere Lawsuit Could Proceed May 1, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Waltham, MA: An Alere lawsuit that had been proposed as a class action on behalf of litigants alleging injury from inaccurate readings from the INRatio blood monitoring device escaped trial when the parties involved agreed to a settlement at the eleventh hour. Briefings related to J.E. et al. v. Alere Inc. et al (Case No. 1:16-cv-11515, in the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts), and motions of dismissal put forward by Alere Inc. had been duly submitted, but the judge in the case had yet to rule on them when the settlement was announced.
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Airbag in Salvaged Used Car Explodes in Minor Crash

Airbag in Salvaged Used Car Explodes in Minor Crash May 1, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Las Vegas, NV: A Nevada woman suffered serious injuries when the airbag in a used car that her father gave her as a gift exploded.
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Claims of Pressure Cooker Explosion Injuries May Prompt Lawsuits

Claims of Pressure Cooker Explosion Injuries May Prompt Lawsuits May 1, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Miami, FL: A Miami woman allegedly suffered second-degree burns on her hands, arms and chest when a popular pressure cooker exploded while cooking stew on her stovetop, according to CBS Miami.
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Round 5: Talcum Powder Plaintiffs versus Johnson & Johnson

Round 5: Talcum Powder Plaintiffs versus Johnson & Johnson May 1, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
St. Louis, MO: Missouri’s fifth talcum powder trial began April 11, with plaintiffs claiming that Johnson & Johnson knew for decades about the link to ovarian cancer but chose profit over safety and continued to market Shower-to-Shower and Johnson's Baby Powder.
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Yet Another Risperdal Lawsuit Tossed in Philadelphia

Yet Another Risperdal Lawsuit Tossed in Philadelphia April 30, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Philadelphia, PA: A Risperdal lawsuit that had to be stopped and restarted after a juror suffered a health emergency, has been tossed by a Philadelphia judge after appearing to agree with defendant Janssen Pharmaceuticals that the plaintiff failed to provide sufficient evidence to fully support his claim of Risperdal gynecomastia, a condition characterized by the growth of male breast tissue. The judge, in issuing his order to dismiss the case, gave no further details.
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Complicated TVM Mesh Lawsuit Settles

Complicated TVM Mesh Lawsuit Settles April 27, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA: A transvaginal mesh lawsuit that has gone through a plethora of twists and turns akin to a country road appears to be in the final stages of resolution after a federal judge in California gave the thumbs-up to a proposed $12.25 million settlement. Upwards of 2,710 class members will share in $10.58 million, with the remainder going to attorney’s fees and costs.
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Odd Ruling in Hip Implant Failure Lawsuit?

Odd Ruling in Hip Implant Failure Lawsuit? April 23, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Atlanta, GA: Many an artificial hip manufacturer is embroiled in lawsuits alleging hip replacement implant failure. Accolade, Smith and Nephew, DePuy, and Stryker are but a few examples of the manufacturers commonly referenced in litigation involving failed implants, including the now vilified metal-on-metal implants.
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