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It’s not often that the U.S.
Supreme Court hears a Vermont-based case. But recently the justices added Wyeth versus Levine
to their docket. The case involves a Marshfield woman who lost her right hand and forearm after being
injected with an anti-nausea drug. Vermont
Law school professor Cheryl Hanna spoke with VPR’s Jane Lindholm about the case.