NYT: Justices explore fine line on generic drug injuries
WASHINGTON - In 2010, a New Hampshire jury awarded Karen Bartlett $21 million for the ordeal she endured from taking a generic pain pill for an aching shoulder. It caused two-thirds of her skin to slough off, damaged her lungs and esophagus and rendered her legally blind.
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