Zila settles class action lawsuits
This article was originally published in Clinica
Zila has settled a series of class action lawsuits dating from early 1999, although it maintains it would have ultimately prevailed in the litigation. The lawsuits were filed after an FDA advisory panel did not recommend the company's OraTest oral cancer test and asked for further information. The test is approved more than a dozen countries.
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