Bayer Loses First Lawsuit To Stroke Victim Over PPA

One of the world's largest drug companies, Bayer AG, finally felt the sting of its actions Wednesday when an El Paso, Texas, court awarded $400,000 to a consumer who claimed an ingredient in Bayer's Alka-Seltzer Plus cold medicine -- phenylpropanolamine (PPA) -- caused his stroke. For Bayer, the trouble is just beginning. The Wednesday verdict is just the first verdict among more than 1,000 that have been filed! Bayer isn't entirely to blame for this problem, however. FDA asked...

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