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April 21, 2007


Vioxx case tossed under pre-emption statute

A Texas Judge Has Tossed Out A Vioxx Case alleging failure to warn, because the suit is pre-empted by FDA approval of Merck's warnings. This was a straightforward application of the statute. Here's a link to it.

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