GlaxoSmithKline, the makers of Zofran, knowingly allowed doctors to prescribe the anti-nausea drug to pregnant mothers. Unfortunately, the drug passes through the placenta quickly, and often in large amounts, which have been linked to birth defects. Below is an infographic that has been created to help visualize the defects to the limbs, head and heart. If you intend to share information about Zofran, this page can easily be shared on all social media platforms. Furthermore, you can access our main Zofran Lawsuit web page by clicking here.

As the infographic shows, Zofran has been linked to a variety of birth defects, such as craniosynostosis (skull malformation), congenital heart defects, club foot and cleft lip. The FDA has since banned drug companies, including the makers of Zofran, from promoting drugs for off-label use.



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