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28 November 2018

Sky news covered the review: "A groundbreaking study from Oxford University has linked the pregnancy test drug Primodos to malformations in babies born to mothers who used the drug."

Research findings presented to All Party Parliamentary Group on Hormone Pregnancy Tests at the UK Houses of Parliament on  the link between Primodos and congenital malformation.

December 2018

Review findings were submitted to The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety (IMMDS) Review,  Chaired by Baroness Julia Cumberlege, and presented on the 29th November, by Carl Heneghan to the review panel: