Hundreds of ‘Tylenol Lawsuits’ Allege Retailers, Manufacturers Knew Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Could Cause Autism, ADHD

Michael Nevradakis

Hundreds of “Tylenol lawsuits” already have been led against retailers and manufacturers alleging they sold products containing acetaminophen to pregnant women, knowing the medications could harm the developing fetus.

The number of lawsuits could soon reach into the thousands, according to an attorney who spoke to The Defender.

Attorney W. Mark Lanier described the lawsuits — which allege acetaminophen use during pregnancy can cause children to be born with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention- de cit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — as “some of the most important health litigation pending in the United States right now.”

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