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Johnson & Johnson victims unhappy with panel set up to suggest compensation


Ex-FDA chief Mahesh Zagade had started looking into the faulty implants when he was leading FDA. He found 4,000 patients pan-India who became disabled due to ASR implants.Photo: Reuters Patients affected by Johnson and Johnson’s faulty implants opened up about their current situation and felt the committee set up to provide them compensation is ‘one-sided’. They went on to question the committee’s composition and the checks and balances that the government has thought of, to ensure fair play. Patients and families addressed the press in …
Source: Business Standard