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US FDA Takes Star Turn In Recent Product Liability Lawsuits

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Agency’s direct involvement in pharma product liability litigation is one of the most striking developments in the field over the past year. Chart of 16 cases in multidistrict litigation shows status of settlements and upcoming bellwether trials.

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