Bristol-Myers, Pfizer Again Sued Over Eliquis Risks

By Dani Kass (July 7, 2017, 5:44 PM EDT) -- The daughter and partner of a man who died after taking the anticoagulant Eliquis on Wednesday accused the drug's makers, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and Pfizer Inc., in New York state court of skimping on pre-approval testing and not coming forward about the drug's risks.

The drugmakers conducted their trials in China, using "incompetent and untrustworthy agents" to cut costs, and have continued to place profits over safety, the suit alleges. Among those issues, the company has not advertised that there's no way to reverse the drug when it goes awry, the complaint states.

"These representations were made by defendants with the...

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