Primodos: Forgotten Victims call on Scottish Government to help in their Fight for Justice

Primodos victims call on Scottish Government to help in their fight for justice

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Seven families say they are the “forgotten victims” of pregnancy drug Primodos – a drug which has been linked with devastating side-effects on unborn children.

Parents who claim a pregnancy drug is linked to severe disabilities in their children have called on the Scottish Government to help in their fight for justice.

Seven families say they are the “forgotten victims” of pregnancy drug Primodos, which was taken off the shelves in the late 1970s.

The drug has since been linked with devastating side-effects on unborn children – leaving the kids, in some cases, with missing limbs and other serious illnesses.

They have written to Health Secretary Shona Robison asking for help. ”

Continue reading: Parents who claim pregnancy drug is linked to birth defects call on Scottish Government to help in their fight for justice, dailyrecord, 4 February 2015.

Recent related press release: Primodos pregnancy test drug inquiry ‘must be transparent’, says MP Yasmin Qureshi, theboltonnews, 3 February 2015.

Author: DES Daughter

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

2 thoughts on “Primodos: Forgotten Victims call on Scottish Government to help in their Fight for Justice”

  1. We are meeting with a representative of Shona Robinson, on 19th February, in Edinburgh and anticipate a very productive discussion, resulting in full support for our campaign. Thank you again for highlighting our campaign. Marie Lyon/Chair/Association for children damaged by HPT’s.

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