A New Jersey woman has become the last mother to sue Abbott Laboratories, accusing a baby formula maker of killing her baby prematurely last year.
Nicole Cressap, whose baby daughter died in December, has sued Abbott Labs in the U.S. District Court in Chicago, where the company’s food division is located, for claiming that its Similac infant formula is safe for premature babies.
The lawsuit alleges that the company’s products can cause bacterial disease – necrotizing enterocolitis – which can be fatal in newborns. according to the message.
Cressap’s daughter, Kennedy Hayes, was taken to Morristown Medical Center in late December last year.
According to the report, the baby, who weighed one pound ounce, was initially put on a breast-milk mixture.
In February, she was fed Similac Special Care 24 High Protein և 30 High Protein. One month later, the child was diagnosed with NEC, a gastrointestinal disorder, underwent surgery to remove his intestines, but suffered from multiple organ failure, heart failure, which led to his death, the lawsuit states.
According to the US Judicial Commission, 16 lawsuits have been filed against Abbott in multi-county lawsuits across the country.
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