Daughters of Charity receive $1 million for clinic

The Daughters of Charity will receive $1 million toward the construction of a primary care clinic in eastern New Orleans as part of a larger lawsuit settlement with pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson, according to this article in the Times-Picayune.

The lawsuit stems from "scores of deaths and complications traced to Propulsid, once a popular heartburn drug," according to the report.


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