AJP calls for body “to protect the public” in wake of thalidomide disaster

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But publication concerned too much publicity around adverse effects “has caused public alarm” It’s August 1962, the sedative thalidomide has finally been prohibited from sale – ten months after a similar decision in the UK - and the AJP’s editorial is calling for a “therapeutic investigation bureau” to test new drugs before they come to

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