Colo. Judge Allows Negligence, Warnings Claims to Proceed in Stryker Triathlon Knee Metal Allergy Action

Negligence and failure-to-warn claims may proceed against Stryker Corp. in a lawsuit accusing the manufacturer of failing to instruct physicians to test patients for metal allergies before having a Triathlon Total Knee System implanted, a Colorado federal judge has ruled.

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