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The Sunday Times – A Scandal Worse Than Thalidomide

Doctors knew in 1973 that the epilepsy drug sodium valproate posed a risk to unborn children — and ordered that warnings be removed from packets. Almost 50 years and 20,000 disabled babies later, it is still being prescribed to pregnant women”

The Sunday Times – I trusted the NHS Drs, but the pills harmed my baby

Mothers of children born with physical and mental problems after being prescribed epilepsy drug ask: why did nobody warn us?

The Sunday Times – Inquiry Into The Use of Drug for Epilepsy

The medicines regulator has launched a review into use of the epilepsy drug sodium valproate, which is still being prescribed to women without warnings of dangers it poses.

The Sunday Times – Epilepsy drug that harms babies, may harm their babies too

“An epilepsy drug that caused disabilities in thousands of babies after being prescribed to pregnant women could be more dangerous than previously thought.

Sodium valproate could be triggering genetic changes that mean disabilities are being passed on to second and even third generations, according to the UK’s medicines regulator.”

Granada Reports – Women “still not being properly warned about medication Sodium Valproate linked to birth defects

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