German drug maker Gruenenthal Group is apologizing to women who took its morning sickness medication Thalidomide in the 1950s and 1960s, and to their children who suffered congenital birth defects as a result. The apology comes 50 years after the drug was pulled off the market for causing babies to be born with shortened arms and legs or with no limbs at all. “We ask that you regard our long silence as a sign of the shock that your fate caused in us,” said Harald Stock, Gruenenthal Group’s chief executive, during an unveiling of a statute in the drug company’s ... Read More
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