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My Articles About Fosamax
Still Waiting For The First Jury Verdict In A Fosamax Bellwether Trial Involving Femur Fractures, After The Su v. Merck Case Ended Suddenly In A Mistrial
SUMMARY: On April 8, 2013 the trial for this so-called "bellwether", or test, case, Glynn v. Merck Co., 3:11-cv-05304, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, started in Trenton, NJ, with Judge Joel Pisano presiding. This trial is expected to last about three weeks.
This second Fosamax - femur fracture bellwether case concerns a broken femur suffered by New York resident Bernadette Glynn in April 2009, after she had been using Fosamax regularly over a period of seven years, starting in 2002.
Earlier Fosamax articles by Tom Lamb on the Drug Injury Watch blog:
Drug Injury Watch: September 2011: Two FDA Advisory Committees Will Discuss The Safety Of Long-Term Use Of Fosamax, Boniva, And Actonel
Drug Injury Watch: Next Fosamax Jaw Injury Lawsuit Trial, Secrest v. Merck, Scheduled To Start In Early September 2011
Drug Injury Watch: Fosamax MDL Litigation Update - May 2010: Maley Case Trial Verdict Goes In Favor Of Merck
Drug Injury Watch: More About A "New" Fosamax Bone Side Effect, Leg Fractures In Region Of Thigh Or Femur