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An investigation into Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based baby powder products suggests the company may have targeted sales toward minority women. A recently r...

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Several years ago, the medical device company DuPuy Synthes issued a recall of over 50,000 elbow-joint replacement devices. The device, referred to as a radial ...

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On October 21, 2020, the Justice Department announced in a report that Purdue Pharma, a pharmaceutical company that produces OxyContin, pled guilty to criminal ...

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The readers of the News & Observer voted the Whitley Law Firm as the Best Personal Injury Law Firm in Raleigh. We are humbled and appreciative of this recog...

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2020 marks the five-year anniversary of the recall for the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) System manufactured by the medical device company, Smith and Nephew....

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In yet another lawsuit, the manufacturers of JUUL e-cigarettes are facing claims that they targeted minors with exploitive and illegal marketing tactics. The la...

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A recent study published by JAMA Psychiatry found a small increased risk for adolescents to develop type 2 diabetes as a result of using selective serotonin reu...

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a press release regarding breast plant labeling and telling manufacturers to add a warning about the risk of b...

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Johnson & Johnson, a healthcare company that’s also the highest paid drug company in the world, is being charged for insurance fraud over opioids. Opi...

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A recent study out of the Emory School of Medicine suggests that the widely used bladder drug,  Elmiron, may lead to irreversible vision loss in patients. Elmi...

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