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Hawaii court orders drug companies to pay $916 million in Plavix blood thinner lawsuit

  • The Hawaii court ordered the manufacturers and distributors of Plavix to pay the state $916 million for failing to disclose medication efficacy and safety.
  • Initially, the lawsuit resulted in a $834 million judgement in 2014, with companies appealing to the Hawaii Supreme Court.
  • The second trial confirmed a $916 million judgement split equally between Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Aventis.
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