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Parachute, CO: Melissa Cruz's father was diagnosed with diabetes in 1996. That's why today she continues to wonder why in 2002 his doctor prescribed him Merck/Schering-Plough's Zocor, then added Zetia about a year later, and again in 2007—the same combination of anti-cholesterol drugs used in the companies' Vytorin.
Fort Dodge, IA: Karen C. (not her real name) says she did everything that Sprint customer service representatives told her to do. She says she was even told that when she moved, she would not be charged an early termination fee. However, she was charged a fee of $1,000, and she says every time she phones Sprint, she speaks to a new customer service representative, who gives her different answers to her questions.