First Federal Zoloft Birth Defect Trial Scheduled


In a bellwether case, plaintiffs allege that Pfizer did not adequately warn patients that Zoloft (sertraline) would cause birth defects. The case is scheduled in Federal Court in March, and the verdict will have significant implications for future suits.

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  1. “….thought to work by balancing levels of chemicals in the brain…”
    This is misleading anyway because it suggests the problem is to do with the brain.

    It’s possible to greatly reduce depression and anxiety through normal healthy means that are cheap and widely available and non injurious, like: meditation, ‘CBT’, exercise, yoga, user support groups (and many others).