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Two things: Risperdal is a drug and Scout is a device which seems obvious but the business models differ as do the settlements. A drug is sold in each major market by 10 reps a day to 10 doctors a day over 7 years-the damages are high opposed to a device which is sold by 1 rep over a large geography who sells at best 1-2 devices per day.
Both pharma & device first determine what percentage of total sales were medicare/medicaid related and from that number an arbitrary percentage (15-25% but
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