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FIVE NEW REPORTS LAUNCHED BY MEALEY PUBLICATIONS.

Mealey Publications (King of Prussia, PA) has begun the publication of Mealey's Litigation Report: PPA/Ephedra with a premier issue in March. Regular monthly publication will begin in May. Since the beginning of this year, Mealey has also begun the monthly publication of related reports on Class Actions, Mold, Nursing Home Liability and MTBE litigation.

An annual subscription to PPA/Ephedra costs $700. Editorial includes data and news on litigation related to the use of phenylpropanolamine (PPA), a common decongestant/appetite suppressant that carries a small but significant risk of severe hemorrhagic stroke in women. Mealey said that PPA lawsuits, scattered over the last 20 years, are expected to increase with the FDA's announcement to ban the drug. The report will carry filings, new complaints, news developments, summaries and trial updates.
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