From the Holocaust to Thalidomide: a Nazi Legacy

It has taken fifty years for a tepid apology for thalidomide to arrive

From the Holocaust to Thalidomide: A Nazi Legacy

In a controversial move, the FDA approved thalidomide’s use in multiple myeloma in 1998. It’s also being used now for treating leprosy. Studies are in process for using thalidomide to treat the chronic cough of interstitial fibrosis, as well.

Read From the Holocaust to Thalidomide: A Nazi Legacy by Judy Stone

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

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