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March 24, 1985

Lawyers for plaintiffs in the Bendectin lawsuit against Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals asked a federal judge for a new trial, citing what they said were 43 errors made by the pharmaceutical company's lawyers. More than 1,100 plaintiffs nationwide have charged that Bendectin, an anti-nausea drug used to treat pregnant women, caused birth defects in their children. On March 13, a U.S. District Court jury found in favor of Merrell Dow, the Cincinnati-based company that manufactured the drug until 1983.

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