Opening arguments are set to begin today in the latest civil trial involving the valley’s hepatitis C outbreak.
A Nevada jury has found drug companies liable for $104 million in damages in a third product liability lawsuit stemming from a hepatitis C outbreak four years ago at Las Vegas outpatient colonoscopy clinics.
The doctor at the center of the hepatitis C outbreak appeared for a brief hearing regarding whether he’s mentally competent to stand trial.
A Nevada jury is ordering pharmaceutical companies to pay $162.5 million in punitive damages in a lawsuit stemming from a Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak in 2008.
A lawyer for a husband and wife suing two drug companies over a hepatitis C outbreak says company officials purposely sold large containers of an anesthetic for re-use.
An attorney for one of the nurses charged in the hepatitis C outbreak wants a delay in the upcoming trial. The “Review-Journal” says District Judge Donald Mosley accused Michael Cristalli of trying to “manufacture” a […]
Remember 2008’s hepatitis C crisis, where a local colonoscopy clinic infected over a hundred patients by reusing syringes? Because of budgetary constraints, the chances of this, or something similar happening in the future, is frighteningly high.