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Did your child develop autism after prenatal acetaminophen use?

If you took one or more forms of the drug acetaminophen (APAP) while pregnant and your child developed autism, you may be eligible for compensation.

If you or a loved one have been effected, you may be legally entitled to financial compensation!

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Study Suggests Acetaminophen Exposure in Pregnancy Linked to Higher Risk of Autism

A Johns Hopkins University study found that exposure to acetaminophen in the womb may increase a child's risk for autism spectrum disorder.

The researchers found that children whose cord blood samples contained the highest acetaminophen levels were roughly three times more likely to be diagnosed with autism.*

Are you concerned that acetaminophen (i.e., Tylenol, Excedrin, or Dayquil/Nyquil) caused your child's autism?

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