Johnson & Johnson predicted metal hip issues
Jan 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Steuben Courier
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It showed that about 12%-13% of individuals who were implanted with metal hip implants needed revision surgery only after five years of receiving it. And the number of patients were increasing and piling to claim their compensation. Related information may also be found at http://www.depuypinnaclelawsuit.com/the-legal...
With lawsuits piling up worldwide, DePuy should duly address the hip replacement problems encountered by its clients. It is also best that they would disseminate more information about defective hip replacement symptoms so that the patients would be given immediate medical attention. More information here: http://www.depuysettlements.com
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