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March 02, 2005

Silicosis doctors testify III

Briefs of 3M and several other defendants who moved for sanctions last Wednesday. The MDL-1553 web-site also has transcripts for some of the recent hearings; the "great red flags of fraud" remark is on page 23 of the Feb. 17 transcript. (Previous posts: Feb. 17, Feb. 27).

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