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Thalidomide - South West

Thalidomide is a drug that was introduced in the late 1950s. Thalidomide was prescribed to pregnant women to combat symptoms associated with morning sickness. When taken during the first trimester of pregnancy, Thalidomide caused birth defects in the developing child.

 
These services are located outside of South West, but provide service to South West.
Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada  
7744 Sherbrooke St E, Suite 102, Montreal, QC  H1L 1A1
514‑355‑0811

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The South West Regional Wound Care Program has developed a tool to help build a patient's 'dream team' as it relates to their level of diabetic foot risk. To learn more about Wound Care and the tool, visit swrwoundcareprogram.ca.

Diabetic Foot Referral Tool
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