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Old drug once ruled unsafe now proving useful

A drug once banned because it caused severe birth defects in now showing that it may be effective against lupus, cancer, blood disorders and some aids-related conditions. It has minimal side effects.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by ABC 7 news

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About: Old drug once ruled unsafe now proving useful

Date: 16 June 2004

Source: ABC 7 news

Author: Dr Dean Dell

URL: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/health/edell/061604_he_lupus.html

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