Studies have shown an association between the use of Zofran and birth defects. Zofran is a drug approved by the FDA in 1991 as an anti-nausea drug for patients with cancer treatments or post-surgery. Manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline's ("GSK") drug, Zofran, however, was used "off-label" with pregnant women to aid in morning sickness. This use was not approved by the FDA. Studies associating the drug and or its generic version with birth defects have shown results ranging from birth defects being 30% more likely to twice as likely and up to more than four times as likely. Generic drug manufacturers began selling the drug after GSK lost its patent in 2006.

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