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Johnson & Johnson Wins Stent Ruling in Boston Scientific Patent Case

Basketball player Vin Baker was a hot prospect with a great future. He was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1993 NBA draft, making the All-Star Team four straight times. However, in 1998 he exploded to an alarming 300 pounds, making his status as an active player impossible. Although he eventually lost some of the weight, he could no longer keep his dirty secret quiet -- he was an , and this fact would eventually end his career.
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Basketball player Vin Baker was a hot prospect with a great future. He was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1993 NBA draft, making the All-Star Team four straight times. However, in 1998 he exploded to an alarming 300 pounds, making his status as an active player impossible. Although he eventually lost some of the weight, he could no longer keep his dirty secret quiet -- he was an , and this fact would eventually end his career.

In a ruling Wednesday, a U.S. District judge in Delaware granted Cordis motion for summary judgment, saying "no reasonable juror could find for BSC on the issue of infringement."

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