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Takeda Hit With $2.3M Verdict In Philly Actos Case

Law360, Philadelphia (February 12, 2015, 4:56 PM EST) -- Takeda Pharmaceuticals Inc. was hit with a $2.3 million verdict on Thursday after a Philadelphia jury concluded that the diabetes drug Actos had been a significant cause of a retired Pennsylvania teacher’s bladder cancer and that the man’s doctor had been inadequately warned about the risks.

The jury returned a verdict after a little more than a day of deliberation, awarding John Kristufek $318,000 in past medical expenses plus $2 million in noneconomic damages in the second successful bid by plaintiffs in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas to hold the Japanese drugmaker liable for injuries related to Actos....

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