February 10, 2009

The Statesman reported that over 2,100 patients could have been subjected to Texas defective product injuries from insulin injections that may have been flawed.

Patients at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center may have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis because of possibly flawed insulin devices.

A discovery that patients may have been exposed to the defective injections caused a review to check for Texas defective product injuries.

None of the patients potentially at risk for Texas drug injuries have been tested yet. Authorities believe the risk for infection is low.

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by Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers |