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Cholesterol drug blamed for liver function damage – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff claimed that the defendant internal medicine physician failed to monitor the administration of the cholesterol lowering drug Crestor to her deceased husband by obtaining necessary blood tests to check liver function. Plaintiff claimed that her husband died from alleged Crestor-induced liver function damage and the failure of his liver. Plaintiff retained an independent medical ...

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