CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 1997
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(Studio: John Roberts) The controversy over the resurgence in the use of the drug thalidomide, which caused birth defects in the 1960s, featured; old film shown of thalidomide babies. [Scleredema sufferer Andrea SKOLKIN - describes her symptoms and trying thalidomide as a treatment.] [Thalidomide victim Randy WARREN, brain tumor patient Richard DeSANTIS, NYU Medical Center Dr. Michael GRUBER - offer views on the use of thalidomide.] The varied uses of thalidomide and the restrictions on its use outlined.
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