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After 15-year court battle, Pfizer reluctantly compensates Nigerian families whose loved ones injured, killed by illegal drug experiment The groups of kids who were permanently wounded or killed within an unlawful 1996 Pfizer medication trial in Nigeria are finally beginning to get the promised financial compensation for their losses, according to a recently available report by BBC News flash. After trials involving the experimental anti-meningitis medication Trovan left 11 Nigerian children lifeless and dozens more wounded, Pfizer originally refused to admit fault, claiming that the drug had not been the cause buy generic viagra .

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