Joined 10 years ago from West Orange, New Jersey
Cecile Portilla lives in New Jersey and enjoys reading and writing. She has a Doctorate Degree in Law as well as a Health Care Degree. She likes to write about health, social and legal issues and is primarily focused on providing helpful and educational information to others through her hubs.
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9 years ago
If you are alleging medical malpractice, you must show that a healthcare professional breached a duty of care that was owed to you causing injuries that now entitles you to damages.
13 months ago
Generic drugs are comparable to brand-name drugs in all areas. They both have the same active ingredients, intended use, route of administration, strength, dosage form, quality, and performance.
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