Xarelto Liability Suit: Is Label 'Silent' About Increased Bleeding Risk?
Even after multiple bellweather wins, Janssen and Bayer still face claims they did not warn doctors about concomitant use with Plavix and aspirin; as case begins in Philadelphia, plaintiff's attorney tells jury the firms were 'silent,' while defense points to doctors' testimony that a different warning would not have changed their prescribing.
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