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Entertainment Supreme Court won't hear bid to challenge thalidomide settlement

22:15  10 june  2021
22:15  10 june  2021 Source:   msn.com

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OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a bid to challenge approval of a settlement agreement for Canadians born with birth defects because of the drug thalidomide.

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The Federal Court approved the agreement — the government's third effort over the years to provide compensation — finding it to be fair and reasonable.

Five class members who were dissatisfied with the court's approval unsuccessfully asked the Federal Court of Appeal for permission to appeal.

The Supreme Court did not provide reasons for refusing to examine the matter.


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Thalidomide was approved in Canada to treat morning sickness in pregnant women for less than a year in the early 1960s but it was available unofficially for several years both before and after that.

The drug caused major problems in fetuses, particularly shortened and malformed limbs.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 10, 2021.

The Canadian Press

Supreme Court won't hear bid to challenge thalidomide settlement .
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a bid to challenge approval of a settlement agreement for Canadians born with birth defects because of the drug thalidomide. The Federal Court approved the agreement — the government's third effort over the years to provide compensation — finding it to be fair and reasonable. Five class members who were dissatisfied with the court's approval unsuccessfully asked the Federal Court of Appeal for permission to appeal. The Supreme Court did not provide reasons for refusing to examine the matter.

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