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*  Melphalan
October 2007). "Melphalan and prednisone plus thalidomide versus melphalan and prednisone alone or reduced-intensity autologous ...
*  Phocomelia
Thalidomide became effectively linked to death or severe disabilities among babies. Those subjected to thalidomide while in the ... when thalidomide was released in Germany; the direct cause was traced to thalidomide. The statistic was given that "50 percent ... it is known as thalidomide syndrome. The symptoms of thalidomide syndrome are defined by absent or shortened limbs; causing ... Thalidomide was released onto the market in 1958 in West Germany under the label of Contergan. Primarily prescribed as a ...
*  Thalidomide
... is used off-label in several ways. The bacterium that causes tuberculosis is related to leprosy. Thalidomide may be ... Thalidomide is racemic; while the S-thalidomide is the bioactive form of the molecule, the individual enantiomers can racemize ... There is a high risk that thalidomide can cause excessive blood clots. There is also a high risk that thalidomide can interfere ... A clinical trial studying the use of thalidomide in leprosy soon followed. Thalidomide has been used by Brazilian physicians as ...
*  Thalidomide!! A Musical
... is a British musical written and composed by Mat Fraser, who was born with phocomelia as a result of ... The production tells the story of a love affair between Glyn, a thalidomide survivor (Fraser) and an able-bodied woman, Katie ... Mat Fraser on why he felt compelled to write Thalidomide!! A Musical , , Guardian Unlimited Arts Sharp and original, but not ... the drug thalidomide being taken during his mother's pregnancy. Fraser and Anna Winslet play all the roles in the show. The ...
*  Development of analogs of thalidomide
During the reflux thalidomide crystallizes out of the mixture. The final step gives 85-93% yield of thalidomide, bringing the ... Additionally, these analogs are more potent inhibitors of angiogenesis than thalidomide. As well, the amino-thalidomide and ... "Thalidomide Celgene (previously Thalidomide Pharmion)". European Medicines Agency. Retrieved 18 September 2012. "Celgene ... used thalidomide as a sedative and it reduced both the clinical signs and symptoms of the disease. Thalidomide was discovered ...
*  List of thalidomide side effects
... exposure to thalidomide. "US Label: Thalomid (thalidomide) capsule [Celgene Corporation]". DailyMed. Celgene Corporation. ... "UK Label: Thalidomide Celgene 50 mg Hard Capsules". electronic Medicines Compendium. Celgene Ltd. 1 August 2013. Retrieved 17 ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Pharmacy: Drugs and Medications: T: Thalidomide
Thalidomide Annotated collection of English and German web resources providing information on the drug's physico-chemical ... properties, effects, side effects, the German Contergan disaster in the early 1960s, and the current use of thalidomide. ...
*  NoBody's Perfect
Thalidomide!! A Musical "SHAKING AND STIRRING: A portrait of Niko von Glasow" (PDF). German Films Quarterly: 6-7. 2009. ... who produced the drug Thalidomide. Following the release and German Film Award in 2009, Niko went on to meet with various ... resulting in a powerful campaign for the victims of thalidomide. With a darkly humorous touch and no deference to political ...
*  Pyoderma gangrenosum
... thalidomide; infliximab; or plasmapheresis. There is currently a phase III trial for the use of the IL-1B modulating agent ...
*  Philip Venables
"Thalidomide". British Music Collection. "Time Stands Still by Philip Venables , University of York Music Press". www.uymp.co.uk ... and Thalidomide for the BBC Singers. His artistic collaborations have included Bound to Hurt, with Turner Prize winner Douglas ...
*  Theresia Degener
"Thalidomide". www.sciencemuseum.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-07. "Membership of the Committee". www.ohchr.org. Retrieved 2017-04- ... Degener is well known for being an outspoken victim of the Contergan Skandal, also known as the thalidomide disaster/tragedy, ... which makes reference to the drug thalidomide first marketed in 1957 in West Germany under the trade-name Contergan. The drug, ...
*  Erythema nodosum
Thalidomide has been used successfully in the treatment of Erythema nodosum leprosum, and it was approved by the U.S. FDA for ... Rouhi, Maureen (2005). "Thalidomide". Chemical & Engineering News Archive. 83 (25): 122. doi:10.1021/cen-v083n025.p122. Goldman ...
*  2005 in British music
October - Thalidomide!! A Musical, by Mat Fraser, is premièred at Battersea Arts Centre, London. Patrick Doyle - Nanny McPhee ... Mat Fraser on why he felt compelled to write Thalidomide!! A Musical , , Guardian Unlimited Arts "Brian Cookman". The Daily ...
*  Developmental toxicity
"JSONpedia - Thalidomide". jsonpedia.org. Retrieved 2016-04-14. Kim, James H.; Scialli, Anthony R. (2011-07-01). "Thalidomide: ... Thalidomide was extensively used for the treatment of nausea in pregnant women in late 1950s and early 1960s until it became ... The thalidomide tragedy marked a turning point in toxicity testing, as it prompted United States and international regulatory ... The effects of thalidomide led to important discoveries in the biochemical pathways of limb development. Testing for ...
*  Rosaleen Moriarty-Simmonds
Ruth (1 July 2016). "To Remember is to Care - Thalidomide Memorial". Thalidomide Society. Retrieved 1 October 2017. "No. 61092 ... She was born without arms or legs after her mother was prescribed thalidomide in pregnancy. She attended Ysgol Erw'r Delyn, a ... She was one of the leading campaigners for the creation of the Thalidomide Memorial in Cathays Park, Cardiff, to commemorate ... Mears, Tyler (24 January 2016). "What's it like being the son of TWO victims of thalidomide? James Moriarty-Simmonds tells his ...
*  Kefauver Harris Amendment
Before the Thalidomide scandal in Europe, and Canada, U.S. drug companies only had to show their new products were safe. After ... It should be noted that Thalidomide had not been approved for use in the United States and that the tragic birth defects that ... The amendment was a response to the Thalidomide tragedy, in which thousands of children were born with birth defects as a ... Frances Oldham Kelsey was the FDA reviewer who refused to approve Thalidomide for use. It introduced a "proof-of-efficacy" ...
*  Cereblon
As they report in the current issue of Science, a protein known as cereblon latched on tightly to the thalidomide. "Thalidomide ... "Thalidomide - A Second Chance? - programme summary". BBC. Retrieved 2009-05-01. Anon. "Born Freak". Happy Birthday Thalidomide ... Thalidomide was used as a treatment for morning sickness from 1957 until 1961 but was withdrawn from the market after it was ... It was believed that the drug thalidomide binds and inactivates cereblon, which leads to an antiproliferative effect on myeloma ...
*  1957 in science
2008). "Thalidomide" (PDF). Bombay Hospital Journal. 50 (3): 446. Retrieved 2009-10-25. "Occurrence of trans Fatty Acids in ... October 1 - The drug Thalidomide is launched as a sedative by Grünenthal GmbH. October 11 - An article by Fred Kummerow ...
*  Brazilian Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
TRETINOINE THALIDOMIDE 1. DELAVIDINE 2. DIDANOSINE (ddI) 3. EFAVIRENZ 4. ESTAVUDINE (d4T) 5. INDINAVIR 6. LAMIVUDINE (3TC) 7. ...
*  Timeline of kidney cancer
"History of Thalidomide". Retrieved 6 September 2016. Bickerstaff, Linda. Kidney Cancer: Current and Emerging Trends in ...
*  Ama Sumani
It was thalidomide. Allafrica.com Ghana News Today Medicalnewstoday.com Guardian report No Borders South Wales. ... Despite the kidney dialysis treatments, she was not able to access a supply of thalidomide, a drug that might have prolonged ... Murphy, Clare (3 April 2008). "Thalidomide: a curse and a blessing?". BBC News. news.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2 February 2011. ... Deported Ghanaian Ama Sumani needed thalidomide to prolong her life...Last month, a woman who was controversially deported back ...
*  Jacob Sheskin
Brynner, R. (April 03, 2006). Thalidomide and Cancer. 3 Quarks Daily. Raza, A. (February, 2002). The third coming: Thalidomide ... Penna, G. O., Martelli, C. M. T., Stefani, M. M. A., Macedo, V. O., Maroja, M. d. F., & Chaul, A. (2005). Thalidomide in the ... "Thalidomide chronology". Grünenthal. Retrieved 2009-07-27. "מקבלי התואר יקיר ירושלים בשנים עברו:". unknown. Archived from the ... Stevens, T., & Brynner, R. (2001), Dark remedy: The impact of thalidomide and its revival as a vital medicine. Cambridge, MA: ...
*  William McBride (doctor)
The thalidomide story. Sydney Publishing (University of Sydney, 17 January 2016 Grant J (2007). Corrupted Science. Facts, ... Working with Dr P H Huang, he proposed that thalidomide caused malformations by interacting with the DNA of the dividing ... Thalidomide apology insulting, campaigners say BBC News 1 September 2012. Accessed 31 March 2017 McCredie, Janet. ... He discovered the teratogenicity of thalidomide, which resulted in the reduction of the number of drugs prescribed during ...
*  VigiBase
1957- Thalidomide tragedy. 1968- WHO Programme established with 10 member states. International ADR terminology and drug ...
*  Racemization
Thalidomide can be used to treat multiple myeloma. Another commonly used drug is ibuprofen which is only anti-inflammatory as ... "Use of thalidomide in leprosy". WHO:leprosy elimination. World Health Organisation. Retrieved 22 April 2010. Reddy, K. C. S.; ... Thalidomide as the (R) enantiomer is effective against morning sickness, while the (S) enantiomer is teratogenic, causing birth ... Stolberg, S. G. (17 July 1998). "Thalidomide Approved to Treat Leprosy, With Other Uses Seen". The New York Times. Retrieved 8 ...