The published literature on drug safety in general and the HMG-CoA reductase
inhibitors (statins) in general is a matter of public record. These publications
have helped to shape our views, and all of us have actively contributed to
the public discussion.1- 3 In
our work with plaintiffs’ attorneys, we reviewed confidential company
documents, and we were bound by protective order to keep this information
confidential unless that information became public through another means,
as indeed some of it did in the Haltom trial. For
our review, we used only publicly available documents. Bayer alone can decide
whether additional documents can or should be made available for public scrutiny.
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