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Serzone withdrawal sought by Public Citizen

Executive Summary

Public Citizen sues FDA to force the withdrawal of Bristol-Myers Squibb's antidepressant Serzone (nefazodone). The 1suit, filed in D.C. federal court March 15, cites a "mounting number of deaths and serious injuries from liver failure." The lawsuit follows a March 5, 2003 citizen petition from Public Citizen - supplemented in October - asking FDA to withdraw the product (2"The Pink Sheet" March 10, 2003, p. 17)...

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