Silicone breast implant evidence of systemic disease causation inadmissible, Oregon judge says.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummarySILICONE BREAST IMPLANT EVIDENCE OF DISEASE CAUSATION IS INADMISSIBLE in pending litigation before Portland, Oregon U.S. District Judge Robert Jones, according to a Dec. 17 ruling. Jones determined that existing scientific data linking silicone breast implants to disease claims is not strong enough to warrant its admissibility in liability cases.
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