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NuvaRing Blood-Clotting Victims Still Eligible to File Lawsuits Through Resource4thePeople
Date:2/9/2013

fendants in the interest of judicial efficiency and to avoid duplicative and conflicting legal proceedings.

In such litigations the judge oversees pre-trial evidence-gathering and legal requirements, schedules bellwether cases to allow both plaintiffs and defendants to weigh the strengths and weaknesses of their cases and presides over mediations and settlement discussions.

The judge is also asked to rule on whether such cases should be certified as class-action cases, in which a large pool of plaintiffs are given the choice of whether to remain in the litigation or proceed with their individual case outside of the outcome of the class action.

Resource4thePeople is also providing an information bank in which recent developments in the NuvaRing litigation and information about the popular IUD from medical researchers, news media and the Food and Drug Administration are posted at:

http://www.resource4thepeople.com/defectivedrugs/nuvaring.html

The allegations cited in this multidistrict litigation claim that NuvaRing, described by company officials as the first hormonal IUD, puts women at risk of suffering blood clots that can lead to life-threatening health problems because of the hormone mixture that prevents pregnancies.

The NuvaRing was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2001 after being created by Organon BioSciences as a flexible IUD, or ring, hence the name. The IUD releases a low dose of etonogestrel and estrogen over three weeks, providing women the flexibility of a monthly contraceptive.

This flexibility was one of the marketing factors that made the NuvaRing what was described as an easy and healthy contraceptive choice to women who were not satisfied with the side effects caused by birth control pills and the necessity of taking them each day.

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