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Heparin lawsuits continue as studies indicate numerous deaths have occurred

2 years 7 months ago #67 by Humanity
Contaminated batches of the...

Contaminated batches of the drug Heparin made by Baxter International was found to have caused more deaths than previously thought. Tainted batches of the blood thinner which is still available on the market has been linked to almost 90 deaths thus far and the numbers continue to rise as scientist and researchers investigate the possibility of previously unexplained deaths being linked to the blood thinner.Wrongful death lawyers nationwide continue to monitor scientific developments in hopes of bringing relief to those who have been injured or suffered the loss of a family member due to this horrible disregard for public safety.  We here at Do I Have A Lawsuit will continue to provide as much information as possible as details are released and actual findings are made public.After researching this matter vigorously we have determined that the best possible course of action for those considering heparin related lawsuits would be to contact an attorney familiar with drug recall and or wrongful death and injury law.

 

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