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    paxil lawsuit

    August 22, 2006

    The FDA approved the label warning changes to include the information that "Infants exposed to SSRI's in late pregnancy have an increased risk for persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn."
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    Families whose children were born with birth defects, following their mothers' use of Paxil during pregnancy between 1992 and this label should ALL have rulings in their favor...

    scott g

    Regarding the Paxil birth defect claim, I can't believe the outcome of that case. The ruling should have been a quick and easy win for the family because considering she was taking Paxil and had her baby prior to the drug warning labels that were enforced by the FDA in 2006.

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