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Children’s Motrin lawsuit

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McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals is "aware of the report of a seven-year-old girl who has been diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson syndrome, allegedly associated with the use of Children's Motrin," the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary said, responding to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Dec. 28. The firm said it is "investigating the situation." Seven-year-old Sabrina Brierton Johnson is suing J&J, McNeil, McKesson Corp., Save-On Drug Stores, Cardinal Health and Ralph's Grocery for selling the ibuprofen oral suspension knowing an allergic reaction to the drug could trigger the skin disease Stevens-Johnson syndrome, which in turn may cause blindness. Timing of the suit comes amidst increasing concerns about drug safety, and closely follows the addition of a black box warning mentioning risk of skin diseases, including Stevens-Johnson syndrome, to Pfizer's COX-2 inhibitor Bextra...

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