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Thirty-two women sued pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG here Friday, claiming “serious and permanent injuries” as a result of their use of a controversial birth control device, the firm representing them said.

The suit claims that Essure, a device consisting of two metal coils implanted in the fallopian tubes, is flawed, and that Bayer and the original manufacturer, Conceptus Inc., concealed the risks from consumers.

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