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Boppy Recalls 3.3 Million Loungers After Eight Infant Suffocation Deaths

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By Michelle Llamas Edited By Sophia Clifton Last Modified:September 29, 2021 Colorado-based Boppy Company recalled about 3.3 million of its Newborn Loungers after eight infants died of suffocation, the company and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said in Sept. 23 press releases. In addition to about 3.3 million loungers sold in the U.S. at … Continue reading “Boppy Recalls 3.3 Million Loungers After Eight Infant Suffocation Deaths”

Monsanto scientist defends Roundup safety in California trial

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A senior scientist at the former Monsanto Co. told jurors in a California trial that the company’s Roundup herbicide is so safe that the scientist uses it regularly at her home, and suggests friends also use the weed killing product. Donna Farmer, who worked as a toxicologist at Monsanto for more than two decades and … Continue reading “Monsanto scientist defends Roundup safety in California trial”

BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson Scores Cosmetic Talc Trial Victory in Missouri

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Posted by David Siegel on Sep 27, 2021 10:44:10 PM St. Louis, MO – A Missouri state court jury sided with Johnson & Johnson on Monday in a lawsuit claiming three women developed ovarian cancer due to use of the company’s cosmetic talc products like Johnson’s Baby Powder. The jury returned its verdict a few … Continue reading “BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson Scores Cosmetic Talc Trial Victory in Missouri”

Did You Know There Is Relief For Families Who Lost A Loved One From COVID-19?

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What Happens If a Loved One Passed From COVID-19 Related Care? Health care providers have fought hard for patients and the Government has granted them, along with vaccine manufacturers, broad immunity from liability. However, victims and their families do have a remedy.  There is a possibility they can file for compensation without disrupting any provider/patient … Continue reading “Did You Know There Is Relief For Families Who Lost A Loved One From COVID-19?”

Cancer patient lawyer spars with Monsanto scientist in California Roundup trial

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A lawyer for a woman claiming her use of Roundup herbicide caused her to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma sparred with a longtime Monsanto scientist in court on Wednesday, forcing the scientist to address numerous internal corporate documents about research showing Monsanto weed killers could be genotoxic and lead to cancer. The testimony by former Monsanto scientist … Continue reading “Cancer patient lawyer spars with Monsanto scientist in California Roundup trial”

Litigation against Syngenta grows; lawyers fight over evidence and trial dates

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Syngenta AG is facing a growing number of U.S. lawsuits over allegations that its paraquat herbicide causes Parkinson’s disease, with a Fresno, California man pushing for an expedited trial that potentially would start within the next few months, and multiple plaintiffs’ lawyers jockeying for power and influence over future trial proceedings. Plaintiff George Isaak used … Continue reading “Litigation against Syngenta grows; lawyers fight over evidence and trial dates”

Monsanto lawyer cross-examines cancer patient over her claims Roundup caused her disease

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A California woman suing Monsanto over allegations that her use of Roundup weed killer caused her to develop cancer testified Monday that she had a hard time remembering many details about the extent of her use of the pesticide, struggling to answer several questions posed by a Monsanto attorney. In cross examination, Monsanto attorney Bart … Continue reading “Monsanto lawyer cross-examines cancer patient over her claims Roundup caused her disease”

Son testifies about his mother’s cancer alleged due to Roundup exposure

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A woman suffering from non-Hodgkin lymphoma was a devoted user of Roundup herbicide for decades before she became ill, her son testified Tuesday in a California trial that marks the fourth such trial pitting a cancer victim against Roundup maker Monsanto. Under questioning by a lawyer representing plaintiff Donetta Stephens, her son David Stephens recalled … Continue reading “Son testifies about his mother’s cancer alleged due to Roundup exposure”

EPA whistleblower testifies her advocacy for stronger health protections drew agency retaliation

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Children’s health expert Ruth Etzel on Monday testified in a public hearing that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) worked to silence and harass her, removing her from a top-level position after she complained about agency delays in advancing a lead poisoning prevention program. In testimony before Merit Systems Protection Board Judge Joel Alexander,  Etzel described … Continue reading “EPA whistleblower testifies her advocacy for stronger health protections drew agency retaliation”

Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Update

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Status of Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Against C.R. Bard by Ronald V. Miller, Jr. Medical device company C.R. Bard Inc. is currently defending over 12,000 lawsuits alleging that its hernia mesh devices were defective and resulted in injuries and complications for thousands of hernia surgery patients. This post will provide a brief historical overview of the … Continue reading “Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Update”

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