Zofran Lawsuit and Birth Defect Information
Zofran FDA Warning
The FDA issued a warning concerning Zofran stating that it had identified a potential safety issue with the drug. The agency wanted to conduct an evaluation of Zofran due to the amount of adverse events concerning it that were reported to the FDA’s database. According to the FDA, the evaluation is still ongoing and no updates have been given.
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Zofran and Pregnancy Side Effects
Zofran is an anti-nausea medication which was only approved for use by the FDA to treat nausea in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Prescribing Zofran to treat morning sickness in pregnant women is considered an off-label use of the drug and has not been approved by the FDA. Zofran use during pregnancy could increase the risk of a child being born with birth defects.
If you or a loved one took Zofran during pregnancy and gave birth to a child with any of the following birth defects, please call our firm:
- Atrial Septal Heart defects
- Ventricular septal defect
- Cleft Palate
- Other heart defects
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Zofran News and Updates
- No Legal Recourse for Injuries from Generic Drugs
When a person suffers injuries from a generic drug, there may be no recourse in a court of law. Unfortunately, one Massachusetts family had to discover this the hard way. A report done by a local CBS affiliate on the Steele family illustrates how patients ...
- Innovator Liability in Massachusetts
After reading this article I wanted to see how Massachusetts’ courts had ruled on the issue of innovator liability. A majority of them found that brand name manufacturers were not liable for injuries caused by use of their identical generic versions. The courts’ reasoning seemed ...
Are You Eligible for a Zofran Lawsuit?
The Feeney Law Firm is committed to seeking justice for those affected by Zofran. Fighting to keep people safe from corporate greed and self-interest is our passion. We are here to help make that process as simple as possible for you and your family. Call us now at 1-800-809-0911 for a FREE consultation. Don’t wait; your time to file a claim may be limited.
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