St Helens mum continues birth defect pill campaign



A St Helens woman has told how MPs debating allegations that a controversial hormonal pregnancy test given to one-and-a half million women throughout the 60s and 70s was responsible for birth defects in thousands of children has given her new hope.
This comes after years of campaigning from the Association of Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests (ACDHPT), which represents hundreds of alleged victims of the drug Primodos.
Primodos became available in the late 1950s as a simple method of pregnancy diagnosis before the days of urine-based testing.
It was packaged as two pills in a green... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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