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The Columbian
Seattle discovery could improve allergy treatment, perhaps lead to curetypes — and may even lead to a cure someday. “I think it’s a big deal,” said D
The Columbian / Posted 6 days ago
types — and may even lead to a cure someday. “I think it’s a big deal,” said Dr. David Robinson, an allergy specialist at Virginia Mason Medical Center and co-author of the study, which is featured on the cover of this week’s edition of the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Got allergies? Seattle discovery could improve treatment — and possibly lead to curetypes — and may even lead to a cure someday. “I think it’s a big deal,” said D
The Seattle Times / Posted 17 days ago
types — and may even lead to a cure someday. “I think it’s a big deal,” said Dr. David Robinson, an allergy specialist at Virginia Mason Medical Center and co-author of the study, which is featured on the cover of this week’s edition of the... Read more
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Salon.com
Scope maker Olympus hit with $6.6 million verdict in superbug outbreak caseBigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a con
Salon.com / Posted 21 days ago
Bigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus scope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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MedCity News
Olympus ordered to pay Seattle hospital $6.6M in damages over scopes contaminated with superbugBigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a con
MedCity News / Posted 25 days ago
Bigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus scope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Japanese maker of medical scopes hit with $6.6 million verdict in superbug caseBigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a con
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
Bigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus scope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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Philly.com
Medical-scope maker Olympus hit with $6.6M damages verdict in superbug caseBigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a con
Philly.com / Posted 26 days ago
Bigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus scope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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The Morning Call
Jury orders Olympus to pay $6.6 million but rejects claims its medical scopes are unsafecancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus TJF
The Morning Call / Posted 26 days ago
cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus TJF-Q180V duodenoscope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scope maker Olympus hit with $6.6 million verdict in superbug outbreak caseBigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a con
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
Bigler, a pancreatic cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus scope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Virginia Mason awarded $6.6M in contaminated-scope lawsuitA jury ordered medical scope-maker Olympus Corp. to pay $6.6 million in damages
The Seattle Times / Posted 26 days ago
A jury ordered medical scope-maker Olympus Corp. to pay $6.6 million in damages to Virginia Mason Medical Center after a deadly superbug outbreak there — and told the hospital, in turn, to pay $1 million to a deceased patient’s family. But jurors... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Jury orders Olympus to pay $6.6 million but rejects claims its medical scopes are unsafecancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus TJF
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
cancer patient who contracted an infection linked to a contaminated Olympus TJF-Q180V duodenoscope. The hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, later joined in the suit against Olympus, but the jury found it shared some blame in the... Read more
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