Mom Says She'd Have Stopped Zoloft If Warned Of Risks

Law360, Philadelphia (June 8, 2015, 6:12 PM EDT) -- The mother of an 8-year-old girl born with serious heart problems provided tearful testimony to a Philadelphia jury on Monday, saying she would have stopped taking the Pfizer Inc. antidepressant Zoloft if warned about an alleged risk of birth defects.

Rachel Robinson, whose daughter Mia was born with congenital heart defects in 2006, said that she would have stopped taking Zoloft during her pregnancy if she'd known that Pfizer believed it was important for women of childbearing age to be using birth control while on the drug.

"It would've raised a red flag in my eyes as to why I needed...

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