Endo Pharmaceutical Faces US Lawsuit

Irish Pharmaceutical Company faces a major lawsuit in US due to contraceptive pill mistake. The Irish company owned by the former management of US giant MSD sold contraceptive pills in the US which had been packed upside down and caused over 100 unwanted pregnancies. Now they're going to be sued to for costs of raising the children
 
More than 100 women are suing a pharmaceutical company for allegedly mispackaging birth control pills which resulted in unwanted pregnancies.
The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals - a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals - has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars.
The women filed a class action lawsuit in a Pennsylvania State Court last week which states that the mispackaging error led to at least one hundred unwanted pregnancies.
The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals, has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars
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The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals, has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars
Some are now asking for damages totaling the cost of raising a child until adulthood - including the cost of an education ABC News reports.
According to the lawsuit, the birth control pills made by Qualitest were packaged in the wrong order and the women allege that the pills 'rotated 180 degrees...reversing the weekly tablet orientation'.
And, as a result they took placebo sugar pills - which are intended for the week of menstruation - at the wrong time of the month, leaving them 'without adequate contraception'.
Birth-control pills contain estrogen and progesterone and prevent the release of an egg by tricking the body into thinking it has already done so.


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Dr. Aaoouh

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More than 100 women are suing a pharmaceutical company for allegedly mispackaging birth control pills which resulted in unwanted pregnancies.
The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals - a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals - has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars.
The women filed a class action lawsuit in a Pennsylvania State Court last week which states that the mispackaging error led to at least one hundred unwanted pregnancies.
The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals, has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars
+2
The lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals, has been launched by 113 women from 28 states across America who are suing for millions of dollars
Some are now asking for damages totaling the cost of raising a child until adulthood - including the cost of an education ABC News reports.
According to the lawsuit, the birth control pills made by Qualitest were packaged in the wrong order and the women allege that the pills 'rotated 180 degrees...reversing the weekly tablet orientation'.
And, as a result they took placebo sugar pills - which are intended for the week of menstruation - at the wrong time of the month, leaving them 'without adequate contraception'.
Birth-control pills contain estrogen and progesterone and prevent the release of an egg by tricking the body into thinking it has already done so.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...kaging-birth-control-pills.html#ixzz3rKJcy2gC
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Can't they just put the babies back in and start over?

How do you explain to your kid the checks you are getting from the birth control company?

"It's compensation for you being my son."
 

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