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Medtronic Infuse bone-graft lawsuit consultation referrals offered by Resource4thePeople
Date:2/17/2013

the product, including male sterility, an increased risk of cancer, infections, bone dissolution and worsened back and leg pain.”

The Medtronic Infuse bone graft was approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a sanctioned medical device designed to stimulate spinal bone growth in patients suffering from lower spine degenerative diseases.

Resource4thePeople said that the referrals to free legal consultations involve allegations that the Medtronic Infuse causes side effects including severe back and leg pain, infections, bone deterioration, sterility and cancer.

These cases primarily involve situations in which the Infuse was used in what is called an off-label use, such as to the neck area. Victims of these side effects will be informed about the possibility of compensation for pain and suffering, loss of wages, medical costs and other expenses associated with the surgeries.

Resource4thePeople also is now establishing a data bank in which news articles, medical research reports and FDA health communications, warnings and recalls involving the Medtronic Infuse bone graft will be available to consumers at:
http://www.resource4thepeople.com/defectivemedicaldevices/medtronic.html

“Resource4thePeople is shocked by the findings of the Senate Finance Committee which, in very strongly worded language, said that Medtronic essentially attempted to sway public opinion about the safety of their product by paying millions of dollars to doctors and researchers to write positive reviews,” the organization said in announcing the legal referrals.

“When a bipartisan committee issues such a report it obviously shows the strong feelings that our elected officials have about a medical device company shielding negative facts about the safety of their product from consumers while paying to have positive information
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