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A woman claims Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals' "Mirena" birth-control device perforated her uterus and cause multiple medical problems, requiring surgery, in Portland, Ore., Federal Court.

A woman claims Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon's defective "Mersilene mesh," used as an alternative to human tissue during reconstructive surgery, gave her cancer, in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Dr. Sandra Banks accuses the American Board of Internal Medicine of disability discrimination: refusing to accommodate her dyslexia, which prevents her from taking a computerized certification exam, in Atlanta Federal Court.

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