Paxil, Birth Defect, Glaxo & Collier

Paxil, Birth Defect, Glaxo & Collier: A recent case in the United States District Court, E.D. Missouri, Eastern Division ruled on a motion to dismiss et al.

The Paxil, Birth Defect, Glaxo & Collier case is about a Missouri mother that took Paxil during her pregnancy and gave birth to a child with a birth defect.

A brief summary of the Paxil, Birth Defect, Glaxo & Collier case includes:

  • Plaintiffs Tamika Collier and Deijon Collier are mother and daughter.
  • Collier alleges that she took Defendant GlaxoSmithKline LLC’s prescription drug Paxil while she was pregnant with Deijon.
  • Collier claims that, as a result of taking the drug, Deijon was born with birth defects.
  • Plaintiffs reside in the Eastern District of Virginia.
  • Collier received her prescription for Paxil, ingested the product, and gave birth to Deijon in the Easter District of Virginia.
  • The Court ruled: Denied
  • For more on this case, please follow this link: 415CV1844 – January 26, 2016

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