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Oraflex Judgment #81767

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 21, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Columbus, Georgia) Judgment against Eli Lilly and Company over suit brought by Clarence Borom following death of his mother, apparently linked to her use of Lilly's arthritis drug Oraflex, examined; background to Oraflex's development and number deaths in United States and Europe by its users recalled. [BOROM - is satisfied with judgment.] Size of award, to be appealed by Lilly, mentioned. [Lilly vice president Edgar DAVIS - implies jury didn't understand co.'s defense argument.] Borom's suit said 1st of 250 filed against Eli Lilly and Company
REPORTER: Rebecca Chase Artist: Craig Brucke

Chase, Rebecca;
Jennings, Peter

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