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Fosamax mistrial would be blow to plaintiffs

A mistrial in the first trial in the Fosamax federal multi-district litigation would send both parties back to square one, uncertain about the value – if any – of the cases.

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Merck, insurance plans settle Vioxx suits for $80M

Health insurers, unions and other private groups that paid for prescriptions for withdrawn painkiller Vioxx have reached an $80 million settlement with its maker, ending another part of the multipronged litigation.

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