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Man who grew breasts after taking autism drugs wins $12.8 billion payout

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Man who grew breasts after taking autism drugs wins $12.8 billion payoutUS pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay A$11.8 billion in damages for failing to warn that its psychiatric drug, Risperdal, could cause abnormal breast growth in men.Nicholas Murray told a court in Philadelphia...
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NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY โ€” A jury in Philadelphia has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay up โ€” $8 billion to be exact โ€” to Nicholas Murray after he claimed that he grew breasts after taking an antipsychotic drug from the company's subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceutica. Citing the lawsuit, the Irish...

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