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Cancer Misdiagnosis Common Base Of New Jersey Malpractice Suits

Radiologists are frequently faced with lawsuits concerning diagnostic errors, according to a new study released by the New Jersey Medical School. The study concluded that breast cancer misdiagnosis is the most common base of malpractice lawsuits against radiologists across the nation, followed by various types of fractures and lung cancer. The collected information spanned 55 […]

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Cpsc Warns New Jersey Of A New Potentially Dangerous Product

Complaints about a popular baby recliner have reached the ears of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the results are a lawsuit that New Jersey parents should be aware of for the safety of their young ones. The trendy Nap Nanny Model baby recliners offer a soft foam seat, contoured to promote relaxation and rest. […]

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New Jerse Made Lipitor Generic Recalled As Dangerous Product

A drug company with a manufacturing facility here in New Jersey recently recalled one of its products due to a dangerous risk. The dangerous product in question is a generic version of the prescription drug Lipitor. The reason for the recall is that small particles of glass were discovered inside some of the pills. The […]

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New Jersey Family Suing For Apparent Preventable Death After Fire

A New Jersey family has promised to sue after a fire claimed the life of an 80-year-old family member. According to reports, the family believes that the man died a preventable death because fire and police officials failed to find their loved one in time. The family stated that fire and police officials did not […]

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New Jersey Nurse Fatigue May Cause Medical Negligence Or Errors

New Jersey is among a growing group of states that now have laws in place to prohibit nurses from accepting mandatory overtime. The laws are designed to help prevent medical negligence or errors that can occur when nurses are overly fatigued. The president of one state’s Nurses Association/National Nurses United believes that forcing fatigued nurses […]

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New Jersey Beware Latest Potentially Dangerous Product Spinach

New Jersey readers likely have seen recent reports on several popular products which were recalled due to consumer safety and health concerns. One of the most recent of these recalls concerns Wegman’s recall of products labeled as “organic spinach and spring mix salads,” due to fear of E. coli contamination. The potentially dangerous product consists […]

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Medical Device Recall Issued For Surgical Stapler Sets

New Jersey residents may want to stay informed on the status of a more recent medical product recall. Popular manufacturer Johnson & Johnson has been issued another medical device recall. Reports indicate that more than 150,000 stapler devices have been recalled following the discovery of potentially fatal health risks. The products, Proximate PPH hemorrhoidal circular […]

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Defective Product Issues Confront Monster Energy Fda

Caffeine based energy drinks are facing increased scrutiny in New Jersey and elsewhere after recent reports that at least five deaths have been linked to consumption a product known as Monster Energy. Reports of the deaths, which were traced back to 2009, were revealed after a Freedom of Information request was made to the Food […]

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New Jersey Alert Mini Wheats Flagged As Dangerous Product

Oftentimes when a product is deemed to be unsafe for human consumption for some reason, a recall is issued. These recalls may be ordered by the Food and Drug Administration or other agencies. If the issue is bad enough, the manufacturer of the potentially dangerous product may issue the recall voluntarily. One recent voluntary recall […]

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New Jersey Man Ill Medication Errors Lead To Fungal Meningitis

New Jersey has reported one person ill so far after he received a steroid injection that is believed to be tainted with a fungus causing meningitis. The injections are steroidal and are administered in the spine. New Jersey reportedly may have administered as many as 650 of the vaccines. So far, there is only one […]

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