By Alex Berenson
Maker of Vioxx Reports Progress of Suits
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By Catherine Humble
It may look like any building site, but it is the squalid factory where counterfeit Viagra is produced. The fake pills are stored on dirty plastic sheeting, while the cement mixer is used to dye them blue.
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By Bill Dawson
Jurors who awarded $253 million to Carol Ernst on Friday, said that although the award might seem large to outsiders, they believed in the end that the evidence justified the outcome.
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By Associated Press
Jurors in the nation's first Vioxx-related trial ended their first day of deliberation after seven hours Thursday and were to resume early Friday.
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By Ford Fessenden
Death rates from heart disease in New York City and its suburbs are among the highest recorded in the country, and no one quite knows why.
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By Alex Berenson
Jurors in the Vioxx Trial Hear Closing Arguments
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By Greg Williams
The Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) of the University of Rochester Medical Center has received a $10 million Program Project grant to study how inflammatory processes increase heart attack risk. The grant, from the National Heart Lung and Bloo
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By Todd Zwillich
Issue of Coverage by Medicare Prescription Benefit Now Goes to Senate
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By Science Daily
A new study from the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins suggests an over-supply of a simple blood sugar could be a major cause of erectile dysfunction in diabetic men.
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By Joanna Downer
A new study from the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins suggests an over-supply of a simple blood sugar could be a major cause of erectile dysfunction in diabetic men.
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By Associated Press
The head pathologist at Baylor College of Medicine told jurors in the nation's first Vioxx-related civil trial Monday that clogged arteries led to a Texas man's death from an irregular heartbeat.
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By Associated Press
In Vioxx Trial, Merck's Case Suffers Setback
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By Barry Meier
A little-known heart device, an implantable defibrillator, has been under a spotlight after the recent disclosure that a producer, the Guidant Corporation, did not tell doctors for years that one of its models had a defect that could render it useless.
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By Alex Berenson
In Vioxx Trial, Battle Nears Over Coroner's Testimony
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By Alex Berenson
The painkiller Vioxx probably led to the death of Robert Ernst, a cardiologist told jurors on Monday in the first Vioxx lawsuit to reach trial.
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By Alex Berenson
Merck's Case Withstands First Week of Punches
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By Alex Berenson
At Vioxx Trial, a Discrepancy Appears to Undercut Merck's Defense
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By Alex Berenson
In First of Many Vioxx Cases, a Texas Widow Prepares to Take the Stand
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By Donald McNeil
I have had cholesterol scores of more than 300 for decades, and several doctors have urged me to take statin drugs, but I had a bad experience with Lipitor, the only one I tried.
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By Mayer Resnik
In form of kidney-linked diabetes, patients cope daily with 5 gallons of urine
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