When GE Healthcare came out with a new MRI contrast dye almost two decades ago, they told doctors that their new product would allow them to get clearer pictures of patients and make diagnosing brain tumors or other abnormalities easier than ever. What they didn’t tell these doctors was that their own lab tests showed that the main component of this dye, called Gadolinium, was causing irreversible diseases in lab rats. And once these effects were seen in human patients, the company continued to deny that their contrast dye was to blame. Mike Papantonio talks with attorney Troy Rafferty, who is handling some of the cases against GE Healthcare.

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