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How Anti-Nausea Medication Zofran is Connected to Serious Birth Defects

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Zofran (a.k.a. ondansetron) is a prescription drug originally intended to help patients undergoing chemotherapy deal with debilitating nausea. However, GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturer of Zofran, pushed the drug as an off-label treatment for women struggling with morning sickness. What these pregnant patients did not realize is the serious risk of birth defects associated with Zofran… Read More »

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Off-label Use of Zofran: The Risks

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

There is an increasing number of lawsuits being filed over the off-label use of Zofran. The lawsuits come in the wake of recent studies and reports that Zofran may cause birth defects if taken during pregnancy. Originally, Zofran was created and intended as a powerful anti-nausea medicine for use by chemotherapy patients and surgery… Read More »

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