No Apology For Hepatitis C Victims Sparks Protest At Nihon
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
On February 6, representatives of hepatitis C victims and their lawyers protested in front of Nihon Pharmaceutical's headquarters in Tokyo because Nihon did not respond to their January request for an official apology to victims acknowledging responsibility. According to a settlement reached by the government and the plaintiffs, a compensation package paid to victims will be shared by the country and three pharmaceutical companies. (Click for more-Japanese language
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