Two people have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in Massachusetts federal court alleging health diagnostics company Alere Inc. used deceptive marketing practices to lure customers into buying its inaccurate home blood test kits that yielded inaccurate results and put patients’ lives at risk. J.E. from Virginia and J.D. from Arizona filed an amended complaint in October over Alere’s INRatio system, which is used to measure blood clotting factors in patients’ blood and lets patients know whether dosages of their blood thinning medication warfarin need to be adjusted to prevent spontaneous bleeding or the formation of a blood clot. According ... Read More
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