The high cost of failing artificial hips

The New York Times, December 28, 2011

The most widespread medical implant failure in decades ? involving thousands of all-metal artificial hips that need to be replaced prematurely ? has entered the money phase. Medical and legal experts estimate the hip failures may cost taxpayers, insurers, employers and others billions of dollars in coming years, contributing to the soaring cost of health care.


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