Five cases in an ongoing federal multidistrict litigation (MDL) alleging Pfizer’s antidepressant Zoloft caused heart defects in children born to women who took the drugs during pregnancy have been selected to go to trial, with the first scheduled to begin in January 2016. The first trial is that of plaintiff Deidra Long, who filed her lawsuit in Pennsylvania state court in May 2012. She claims that her son, Hudson Long, was born in January 2008 with congenital birth defects as a result of exposure to Zoloft while in utero. Since his birth, the boy has suffered serious birth defects including ... Read More
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