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Stevens-Johnson syndrome

  • Medical Malpractice

    FDA Rule Change Could Hold Generic Drug Manufacturers Liable

    By Michael Barasch

    In 2004, Nancy Bartlett, a secretary for a New Hampshire insurance company visited her doctor complaining of shoulder pain and was prescribed the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug Clinoril. Ms. Bartlett received the generic version, sulindac, from her pharmacist. Shortly after, Ms. Bartlett suffered Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a severe drug reaction that caused two-thirds of her skin to […]

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