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For more than thirty years, the drug Bendectin was used to treat pregnant women for nausea and vomiting. But the manufacturer stopped making Bendectin, because it had to defend so many lawsuits for children born with birth defects -- though it had never lost one of those suits. Now another drug may replace Bendectin. NPR's Joanne Silberner has the story.

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