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Judge Slams J&J Spin On Study Suggesting Acetaminophen-Induced Liver Damage

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Johnson & Johnson should address perceived flaws in evidence supporting liver damage by acetaminophen in cross-examination instead of trying to exclude the evidence, says the federal judge overseeing a suit alleging liver damage from use of Tylenol Extra Strength.


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