How you can learn all you want to know about Bendectin
In checking links to the web site for our organization, Birth Defect Research for Children, I found a number of questions about Bendectin. You will find three comprehensive articles on Bendectin at this link (one of these includes a 90-page judicial opinion in a Bendectin Case) http://www.birthdefects.org/research/enviro_reports.php
You may also want to view the video on the Our Story page of the web site http://www.birthdefects.org
Our organization is still collecting data on birth defects and other disabilities that may be linked to Bendectin through our research project, the National Birth Defect Registry. You can enter your case(s) online in the Research section of our web site.
Birth Defect Research for Children
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