by Marilyn McGoldrick, Esq. They say that those that forget the past are doomed to repeat it.  More than 50 years ago, thousands of babies born to women that were prescribed Thalidomide for morning sickness developed severe birth defects.  The severity of the babies’ injuries was so great that many did not survive to term. … Read More


Posted by Thornton Law Firm LLP on Sep 25, 2013 4:30:00 AM Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey Released in Germany in 1957 as an all-purpose sedative, but later widely used as a preventative treatment for “morning sickness,” Thalidomide caused an estimated 10,000 – 20,000 severe birth defects worldwide. The injuries associated with a mother’s ingesting Thalidomide… Read More