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McNeil charges 56 of 60 Tylenol liver damage reports are irrelevant in Benedi case.

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McNEIL CONTINUES ATTACK ON BENEDI EVIDENCE: FOUR OF 60 CASES APPLY to "moderate drinkers" who took acetaminophen "at or near maxi-mum recommended dosages and experienced liver toxicity," J&J subsidiary McNeil said in a reply brief filed April 27 with the U.S. Appeals Court for the Fourth Circuit. The other 56 case reports submitted by Antonio Benedi's lawyers as evidence that acetaminophen, when taken at or below recommended doses by alcohol drinkers can cause liver failure, are not relevant, McNeil said.
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