J&J on trial for lack of warnings on kids' drugs

Johnson & Johnson failed to warn parents that its Children's Motrin and Children's Tylenol pain relievers can cause severe allergic reactions, a lawyer for the family of a girl allegedly injured by the drugs told a Philadelphia jury. J&J's lawyers say the family hasn't proven her reaction was linked to the company's products. Report

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