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Lopez McHugh
Product liability, dangerous drugs, medical malpractice, employment law, consumer fraud, construction site injury, etc.
Product liability, dangerous drugs, medical malpractice, employment law, consumer fraud, construction site injury, etc.
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The FDA has recently warned that IBS-D patients who have had their gallbladder removed should avoid taking Viberzi to treat their symptoms.

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Far from the victims they projected themselves to be, evidence now indicates that automakers may have been complicit in the Takata airbag failure scandal.

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More heater-cooler lawsuits are being filed, this time in Pennsylvania, as two residents claim they contracted infections as the result of the use of the devices during their surgeries.

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Some in the medical community aren't happy with the FDA's recent advisory urging extra caution when scheduling children under three years old for surgery. Fears now abound that the advice may actually cause parents and guardians to put off procedures that may be critical to saving their infants' lives.

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A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds no benefit to using IVC filters in trauma patients.

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A new bill moving through the Pennsylvania legislature promises a cut in property taxes. The devil, as they say, is in the details however, and this bill fails to solve a tax problem while introducing a series of new taxes. Some are on the legal services that so many need when harm has come to them.

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It's National Patient Safety Week and we're helping to spread the message that #WEAREALLPATIENTS http://bit.ly/Patient-Safety-Awareness
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Sometimes something happens that shines a spotlight on how a system can actively work against those it was supposed to protect. Tarceva is one such case.

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Americans' access to our court system continues to come under assault, this time in the form of HR 1215.

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