J&J Engineer Studied Hip Redesign for 3 Years, Jury ToldValerie Reitman, David Voreacos and Jef Feeley
A bioengineer at Johnson & Johnson’s DePuy unit testified that he spent three years studying a redesign of metal-on-metal hip devices that the company recalled in 2010 because of their failure rate.
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