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Drug Side Effects

A lower court improperly granted summary judgment to Johnson & Johnson in a case in which two men claim they developed enlarged breasts as a result of taking an anti-psychotic drug manufactured the company, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled, finding that the company’s statute of limitations defense must be submitted to a jury.

PHILADELPHIA – Johnson & Johnson is not entitled to summary judgment on claims from two men who developed enlarged breasts as a result of taking an anti-psychotic drug manufactured the company, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled, finding that the company’s statute of limitations defense must be submitted to a jury.

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