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Only 2 Days Left To Make Generic Drugs Safer

The impact of generic medications in the U.S. is nothing short of remarkable. With the prices of some brand-name prescriptions through the roof, generics have made it possible for millions of people to afford the medicine they need. However, consumers should have a say in their own safety when it comes to products on the […]

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Danger of Pesticides to Children in Homes and Schools

Pesticides have become the first choice for many people when they see spiders, mice or insects. Even when properly applied, pesticides can still affect people. Asthma and other respiratory problems related to pesticides are increasing. Pesticides can end up in our lakes and rivers, killing the fish and polluting the water. Of special concern are […]

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Defective Generic Pharmaceutical Medication

Too often, a prescription medication is made into a generic version without updating information about adverse reactions. We represented a teenager who had a severe, life-threatening adverse reaction to a generic broad-spectrum antibiotic, minocycline, which had been prescribed for her acne. The manufacturer of the generic drug knew of problems with the medication that were […]

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Defective Child Car Restraint Seat: Quadriplegia

Don Corson represented a three-year old Central Oregon girl who was restrained in a booster-style child car seat in the back seat of her family’s car. An oncoming car lost control on the volcanic grit left by the highway maintenance trucks, crossed the centerline, and struck the family’s car nearly head-on.

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