Chemie Grunenthal, a West Germany–based pharmaceutical company, created thalidomide in 1953. Patients took this pill to help them sleep or to prevent morning sickness during pregnancy. The drug did not require a prescription and was deemed completely safe. Grunenthal heavily ...

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