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Former Marine Claims 3M Military Earplugs Responsible for Tinnitus, Hearing Loss

A former Marine living with bilateral tinnitus and hearing loss in his right ear is suing the 3M Company, alleging Combat Arms Earplugs, Version 2, were to blame for his service-related disabilities. According to a complaint filed in the U.S. District … Continue reading

FDA Criticized Over Slow Valsartan Cancer Review

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is taking too long to evaluate the safety of Valsartan and other generic heart and blood pressure drugs that may contain a cancer-causing chemical, according to a prominent consumer advocacy group. “Americans expect … Continue reading

Passaic County, New Jersey Exploring Glyphosate Alternatives

Government officials in Passaic County, New Jersey are looking for glyphosate alternatives, as concerns mount that the popular weed killer might be linked to cancer. Glyphosate and Cancer According to, Passaic County has long used glyphosate – the active … Continue reading

Georgia Talcum Powder Lawsuit Ends in Mistrial After Jury Deadlocks

The jury convened for Georgia’s first talcum powder cancer trial deadlocked earlier this week, forcing the presiding judge to declare a mistrial. Talcum Powder Trial Focused on Fibrous Talc and Cancer The talcum powder lawsuit was filed by the family … Continue reading

GlaxoSmithKline Announces Worldwide Zantac Recall

GlaxoSmithKline is conducting a worldwide Zantac recall, following confirmation from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) that testing had detected “unacceptable levels” of a cancer-causing chemical in some ranitidine-containing drugs. Zantac Recall Doesn’t Include OTC Medication Zantac and generic … Continue reading

Johnson & Johnson Slammed with $8 Billion Risperdal Verdict

Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $8 billion in punitive damages to a Maryland man yesterday, after a Philadelphia jury found that its Janssen Pharmaceuticals subsidiary intentionally downplayed the potential for Risperdal to cause gynecomastia in boys. According to … Continue reading

New York Child Victims Act: Former Patients Allege Abuse by Long Island Pediatrician

Dozens of women alleging abuse at the hands of a once-prominent Long Island pediatrician are finally taking their former doctor to court, thanks to the New York Child Victims Act. Parent’s Rarely Questioned Pediatrician’s Motives According to The New York … Continue reading

Status of Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Discussed at October Conference

The federal court overseeing hernia mesh lawsuits involving various polypropylene implants marketed by C.R. Bard, Inc. and its Davol, Inc. subsidiary convened the litigation’s most recent Status Conference on October 1st. 400 New Hernia Mesh Filings Per Month Nearly 4,070 … Continue reading

Little Rock, Arkansas Hotel Aided Sex Trafficking, Lawsuit Claims

A hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas allegedly enabled sex trafficking, going so far as to allow pimps exclusive access to an entire floor of the building. Sex Trafficking Lawsuit Allegations According to a sex trafficking lawsuit filed last week in … Continue reading

Missouri Glyphosate Trial Delayed, as Roundup Settlement Talks Continue

A Missouri state court judge has agreed to delay an upcoming Roundup lawsuit trial, the latest to be postponed as Bayer attempts to negotiate a settlement with thousands of plaintiffs who claim glyphosate caused cancer. Bayer Defending Over 18,000 Roundup … Continue reading

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