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    kewd is offline Junior Member
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    Cool tetracycline

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? tn
    I am 52 years old and should now be able to work on placing veeners sense I have never had white teeth in my life. But, I had an unforejudge event in my life. I developed reflex sympathtomy dytropy syndrome. This is a pain syndrome that effects my left hip and leg and lower back and sometimes my rt hip. My degree of pain varies I see a very good pain specialist in Memphis, Tn. But, let's get back to my teeth. My teeth are yellow and heard it all "maybe you should not smoke so much" or "whose going to want to kiss that mouth" just imagine as a teenager. So I don't smile much. and I been told I am not ugly at all.
    It seems to me the manufacture of the drug could take care of a few hundred
    thousand 1956 or when ever it started till i believe it was 1964 or 65 when they discovered what was happening. thanks,
    karen
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    Quote Originally Posted by kewd View Post
    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? tn
    I am 52 years old and should now be able to work on placing veeners sense I have never had white teeth in my life. But, I had an unforejudge event in my life. I developed reflex sympathtomy dytropy syndrome. This is a pain syndrome that effects my left hip and leg and lower back and sometimes my rt hip. My degree of pain varies I see a very good pain specialist in Memphis, Tn. But, let's get back to my teeth. My teeth are yellow and heard it all "maybe you should not smoke so much" or "whose going to want to kiss that mouth" just imagine as a teenager. So I don't smile much. and I been told I am not ugly at all.
    It seems to me the manufacture of the drug could take care of a few hundred
    thousand 1956 or when ever it started till i believe it was 1964 or 65 when they discovered what was happening. thanks,
    karen
    Did you have a legal question? Do you have a coherent situation to post?
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    OP's teeth were damaged by tetracycline 40 or 50 years ago. The SOL is long expired, and there is no "manufacturer" anyway since this drug has been generic for way longer then that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecmst12 View Post
    OP's teeth were damaged by tetracycline 40 or 50 years ago. The SOL is long expired, and there is no "manufacturer" anyway since this drug has been generic for way longer then that.
    This is actually an interesting bit of info....

    [url=http://www.claimrep.com/laws/cases/NJ/caseNJPrince.htm]Prince v. Garruto, Galez & Cantor (2001) * New Jersey[/url]

    (it just might help OP understand why there will be no lawsuit)

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