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Plaintiff Says Clock Didn't Run Out On Ephedra Claim

Law360 (October 24, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- An average person could not be expected to have been aware of the scientific community's early concerns about ephedra's potential side effects, a plaintiff who sued Market America Inc. over the diet pill argued in favor of his position on when the statute of limitations clock started ticking for him.

A person who does not regularly read scientific publications, for instance, could not have been expected to link his stroke to the ephedra he had been taking unless the new findings on the medication had already...
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