Are Drug Companies Grooming New Customers in the Womb?

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From The Baltimore Sun: Over time, studies have shown that antidepressants during pregnancy are linked with congenital defects as well as increased incidence of depression in offspring. In March, GlaxoSmithKline agreed to pay $6.2 million to settle a class action lawsuit on behalf of children born with congenital heart and lung defects due to their mothers’ use of Paxil while pregnant.

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  1. Born with congenital heart and lung defects due to their mothers’ use of Paxil while pregnant. Thats the stuff of horror movies but meanwhile if you use the term “big pharma” in your writing your brushed off as a conspiracy theorist.

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