Victim and Mother Who Filed First Federal Paxil Birth Defect Trial Featured In Television News Story

Top Quote The child at the center of Hayes v. Glaxo SmithKline was featured in a new story by News9 Oklahoma City. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 13, 2008 - The child at the center of the first Paxil birth defect case filed in Oklahoma was profiled in a story by News 9, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The video may be viewed by going to .

    Jennifer Hayes used the drug Paxil for depression while she was pregnant. Her son Kade was born with serious congenital heart deformities, pulmonary atresia and pulmonary stenosis. In order to save his life he underwent open heart surgery shortly after birth.

    A lawsuit has been filed against Glaxo SmithKline, the manufacturer of Paxil. The case is currently pending before Judge Claire V. Eagan of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. The family is represented by Nix & McIntyre, LLP, a law firm located in Oklahoma City.

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