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of Speke, manufacturer of penicillin and other pharmaceuticals


Part of [[Distillers Co]]
of Fleming Road, Speke, Liverpool, 24.
 
Manufacturer of penicillin and other pharmaceuticals
 
Part of [[Distillers Co]].


1962 Distillers withdrew thalidomide from the market on news of adverse side effects<ref>The Times, 23 August 1962</ref> and sold its biochemical division to '''Eli Lilly''' of USA<ref>The Times, 19 October 1962</ref>.
1962 Distillers withdrew thalidomide from the market on news of adverse side effects<ref>The Times, 23 August 1962</ref> and sold its biochemical division to '''Eli Lilly''' of USA<ref>The Times, 19 October 1962</ref>.


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Latest revision as of 10:49, 15 January 2017

1949. Biochemicals.

of Fleming Road, Speke, Liverpool, 24.

Manufacturer of penicillin and other pharmaceuticals

Part of Distillers Co.

1962 Distillers withdrew thalidomide from the market on news of adverse side effects[1] and sold its biochemical division to Eli Lilly of USA[2].


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 23 August 1962
  2. The Times, 19 October 1962