From the Chicago Tribune: Former drug sales representative Allison Zayas became a whistleblower against her old company, AstraZeneca, after learning that a combination of Seroquel and methadone might be indicated in patient deaths. She has filed a lawsuit against the firm alleging that it concealed the true cardiac risks of Seroquel when taken in combination with certain other medications.
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