Medical Societies Score Victories in Pedicle Screw Case

Court Denies Medical Societies' Petition in Pedicle Screw Case The medical societies that are defendants in the pedicle screw case have scored their first major victory. Four of the cases have been thrown out by federal judges for lack of evidence.

The pedicle screw suit, the first mass tort litigation to hold societies liable for what they teach at seminars, is being closely watched not only by the CME community, but by the wider association community, because of its potential threat

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