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used for morning sickness. Discontinued around 1973. Why?



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I was born in1967 my left foot was severely deformed. There were no bones in the foot just a ball of flesh. There is no muscle from the knee on down. The left side of my body is smaller than the right. I was told by my mother and grandmother that my afflictions were due to a drug mother took while pregnant.im trying to find out what drug caused this.i was told by several doctors that thalidomide is the culprit the timeline is off as i was born in1967. If you have information that can aid me in my quest i would be most grateful.

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