Johnson & Johnson Must Pay The Patient For Damages Caused By Psychiatric Medication – Health

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Pharmaceutical Johnson & Johnson was sentenced to pay US $ 8,000 million.

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October 9, 2019, 11:07 p.m.

Pharmaceutical Johnson & Johnson was sentenced to pay US $ 8,000 million to a man who sued her for not warning that one of her antipsychotic drugs could cause an increase in breast size in men.

The sentence was issued by the jury of the Court of Justice of Philadelphia (USA), finding a relationship between the damage and the use of Risperdal, a medication indicated to manage schizophrenia.

The ruling favored Nicholas Murray, 26, whose case is one of thousands of that type still pending in that state.

The young man's lawyers argued that Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of J&J, had prioritized their gains over the health of patients in promoting their drug Risperdal, whose active compound is risperidone.

According to the lawsuit filed by Murray, the young man developed breasts after his doctors prescribed the drug in 2003. This condition is known as gynecomastia.

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