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He said an antipsychotic drug caused him to grow breasts. Now, Johnson & Johnson owes him $8 billion, jury rules.

At age 9, Nicholas Murray was prescribed the drug Risperdal for off-label treatment - to address the sleeping troubles associated with his autism. But once Murray realized his breasts were growing after he started taking the antipsychotic drug, he sued its manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson, charging in 2013 that the health-care giant did not sufficiently ...

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