What is Thalidomide?

Thalidomide is a medication that was used as a sedative and anti-inflammatory. From 1956-1961 it was widely used to treat morning sickness in pregnant woman until it was discovered that it led to birth defects in over 10,000 children. You can find more information here: http://www.medic8.com/medicines/Thalidomide.html
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