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November 08, 2004

Vioxx suits could cost Merck $18 billion

Per a Merrill Lynch report. Various reports on the debacle: frenzied recruitment, bigger than anything but asbestos and tobacco?, popularity of New Jersey's Atlantic County, and the inevitable shareholder litigation. The New York Times reports on a powwow by anti-Vioxx lawyers. (via KevinMD).

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Vioxx/Drug Litigation
Vioxx/Drug Litigation



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