“I’d seen patients coming into the clinic complaining of groin pain. I saw it once and then again and then again and again,” Surgeon Antoni Nargol told Four Corners, an investigative news program for ABC News Australia. Nargol was referring to patients who had received ASR metal-on-metal hip replacement systems made by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics. The devices were recalled in 2010 after mounting reports of premature failures and infections caused by heavy metal blood poisoning. New research shows that Johnson & Johnson knew the devices were defectively designed as early as 2006 – four years before the ... Read More
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