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A woman who was left burned and blinded, nine years after taking a prescription drug, has lost her legal fight for compensation.
Karen Bartlett took a drug to ease shoulder pain back in 2004, but this week the Supreme Court ruled that Mutual Pharmaceutical Co., the maker of the drug should not be held responsible for her injuries because the company had made the brand drug's formula and warning label.
Originally posted by midnightstar
would someone please explane to me how a DRUG can burn a person?
Come on people use a little commin sence here the women had some accedent that left her burned and blind and using a drug made by a company ((the drug didnt BURN HER OR BLIND HER)
Originally posted by ANNED
Stevens-Johnson syndrome.is not the fault of the drug its a rare immune reaction.
You can not sue a wheat farmer because you are gluten intolerant
And you can not sue a Penicillin manufacturer because you have a allergic reaction to it.
This should never have made it to court.
Skin began to fall away from her body and she was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a rare and sometimes fatal reaction triggered by certain medications.
Originally posted by TheRedneck
. . .and try to find ways to make better and more effective
poisonmedicine to benefit society. . .
the shareholder$/stockholder$ !!
poisonmedicine to benefit