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January 05, 2005


Regulating drugs in court

The Vioxx fiasco is likely to spell bad news for consumers, argue Richard Epstein (quoted in Forbes), David Henderson and Charles R. Hooper, Larry Ribstein and Holman Jenkins (WSJ-$).

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