"We won't give up our fight" The words today, of a determined woman from Sussex, who's been campaigning to get compensation for the victims of the morning sickness drug - Thalidomide.
Michaelina Argy and four of her colleagues took their battle to Europe this morning to meet the EU Health Commissioner face to face.
Andrea Thomas reports on the campaign so far.
The makers of that Thalidomide drug told us they regretted the tragedy, but that the drug's use fifty years ago, was ** **was consistent with the state of scientific knowledge then. They say they have done their utmost to give support to victims over the last half-century.
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