Baxter International CEO and President Robert Parkinson Jr. looks over at the families of the victims of Heparin reactions testifying during a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on Heparin

 
Baxter International CEO and President Robert Parkinson Jr. looks over at the families of the victims of Heparin reactions testifying during a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on Heparin
Baxter International CEO and President Robert Parkinson Jr. (L) looks over at the families of the victims of Heparin reactions testifying during a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on Heparin imports from China on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 29, 2008. A man who said he lost his wife and a son to reactions from tainted heparin made with ingredients from China urged U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday to protect patients from other unsafe drugs. Leroy Hubley said his wife, Bonnie, and son, Randy, had undergone kidney dialysis at an Ohio clinic and were given heparin that was later recalled by Baxter International Inc. Both had reactions to the blood thinner and died within one month of each other. In the picture are Leroy Hubley(C) and Johanna Marie Staples (R). REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)