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August 12, 2009

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my husband has had a defective lead. it was replaced in august and here we are in January and it already needs replaced again. he is 48 years old and this has caused pain and severe stress. i am out lost wages and travel expense as his heart center is almost three hours from home. medtronic is not liable for any of this and i find that to be troubling given the amount of trouble caused by these devices when they go bad. we also are liable for the copays medicare does not cover. has anyone figured how much cost this is to medicare as most of these patients are on disability or are elderly

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