Diane Levine, a musician, lost her lower right arm to gangrene after a botched injection of the antinausea medicine Phenergan nine years ago. She now plays the guitar with an artificial right arm, hand, and fingers. After years of litigation, the Supreme Court ruled on March 4, 2009, that Wyeth, the company that makes Phenergan, must pay for her loss. Many consumer groups are pleased because the Court's ruling opens the door for other consumers to sue drug companies. However, drug companies are alarmed at the prospects. She speaks about her devastation as a professional musician in http://www.reboprecords.com/Armed_with_a_Voice/index.
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