Skip to comments.Stryker reaches deal in bone-growth device probe
Posted on 01/18/2012 8:38:24 PM PST by Rabin
Stryker Corp said on Wednesday that federal prosecutors have agreed to dismiss thirteen felony charges against the medical device maker, the company will plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge and pay a $15 million fine under a settlement with the Department of Justice.
A federal grand jury in 2009 indicted the company's Stryker Biotech unit and several of its top executives...
Oct 8, 2009 | Parker Waichman LLP doctors who presented research... weren't always as forthcoming about their financial relationships with the manufacturers of artificial joints.
Mar 31, 2009 | Parker Waichman LLP Criminal charges were dismissed yesterday against orthopedic device makers... they have fulfilled the terms of deferred prosecution agreements they reached with U.S. prosecutors
Mar 11, 2009 | Parker Waichman LLP Stryker Corp. is facing a federal probe over some of its bone growth products. just a few weeks after a Stryker sales rep agreed to plead guilty to promoting the off-label use of the products, despite knowing that such use could lead to dangerous complications. A second sales rep had also entered a guilty plea to a similar charge last November.
Feb 20, 2009 | Parker Waichman LLP Two former Stryker sales reps will cooperate with a federal probe into the company's marketing of bone growth products after reaching plea agreements with U.S. prosecutors.
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Stry!ker money also goes to a foundation that gives to sodomite causes - it isn’t just the DNC that gets money directly or indirectly.
You are absolutely right! She was part of group that set up the Colorado Model. Check google.
There is a device that cuts bone called a Stryker saw. I wonder if it is made by this company of the same name that also makes bone growth devices.