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  • A Family Impacted by Compounding Pharmacy’s Tainted Medications Seeks to Transfer all Related Cases to A Minnesota Court

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 17-Oct-2012

    By Catherine Bertram, partner A family that filed a contaminated steroid case against New England Compounding Pharmacy asked the the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to transfer all federal compounding pharmacy cases to the U.S. District of Minnesota for consolidated pretrial proceedings. It is reported that attorneys for Brenda and Robert Bansale made this request in a filing earlier ...
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  • 10 Tips Patients Can Do to Make Your Hospital Stay Safer

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 16-Oct-2012

    By Catherine Bertram According to the Centers for Disease Contro l and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, these ten tips are actions patients and their families can do during hospital stays to try to make their hospital stay safer: "SPEAK UP" Talk to your doctor about any worries you have about your safety and ask them what they are doing to protect you. "KEEP YOUR ...
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  • Doctor Contends 15 Dead in NECC Medication Contamination was Preventible and Predictable

    Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 16-Oct-2012

    By Catherine Bertram According to Dr. Michael Carome, of Public Citizen, the fungal meningitis outbreak associated with 15 recent deaths and over 200 serious illnesses was completely preventable. In an article released by CNN, Dr. Carome contends that, "(T)he injectable steroid medication produced at the center was never approved by the FDA and was not manufactured in accordance with the ...
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