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DePuy Announces It Will Stop Selling Metal-On-Metal Hip Implants

Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics announced on May 16 that it will stop sales of metal-on-metal hip replacements. This comes after the company saw the market for the products drop significantly amid lawsuits and calls for increased regulation and after the 2010 recall of the DePuy ASR hip implant. Johnson… Read more

Rottenstein Law Group Encouraged by Medical Device Safety Reporting App

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized a smartphone app for doctors to more easily report safety issues with high-risk medical devices such as metal-on-metal hip replacements according to the Wall Street Journal. RLG maintains a Hip Replacement Lawsuit Center that offers information on hip implants and filing a hip lawsuit and represents clients in… Read more

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