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Vol. 3 No. 101 DECISIONS RELEASED MAY 31, 1995 PRODUCT LIABILITY — EVIDENCE 32-1-5740 Jessica Stigliano, et al. v. Connaught Laboratories, Inc., et al., Supreme Ct. (21 pp.) In a case where an infant plaintiff sued the manufacturer of a DPT vaccine (alleging that her chronic seizure disorder was caused by the vaccine), the defendants may introduce videotaped deposition testimony of plaintiff’s out-of-state treating physicians opining that the cause of the plaintiff’s disorder was not the vaccine, since the cause of a patient’s illness is an essential part of diagnosis and treatment, and, therefore, a treating physician may testify about causation. [Available online in N.J. Full-Text Decisions.] ** ADDITIONAL OPINION APPROVED FOR PUBLICATION: 40-2-5646 Kejoo Ahn v. Dr. Chung Kim, et al. [Approved for publication May 19, 1995.] [Available online in N.J. Full-Text Decisions.]

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