Johnson & Johnson will pay $4 million to settle a lawsuit with the State of Oregon over claims that the company failed to warn doctors and patients that its artificial hip had a high failure rate. The settlement is being called the first of its kind by the Oregon Department of Justice. The settlement involves Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics’ ASR metal-on-metal hip replacement system, which was recalled in 2010 after mounting reports of premature failure. Not only were the devices failing at a higher than expected rate, in some cases the metal devices were corroding inside the body, ... Read More
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