Good post. This could become a problem.
But I read the article about how the deformities took place. The drug stops the growth of blood vessels and new cells in developing babies.
So they were thinking, hoping, guessing maybe it would stop cancer growth.
I understand the drug has a horrible history, in that they used to give it to pregnant women with headaches, but maybe it could work for cancer
I mean by the time you're battling cancer, you're probably facing chemo, and going to be sterile if you're not already... it's not unusual for
cancer remedies to be as harsh as the cancer itself yaknow.
I don't know. I've seen what cancer and chemo does. If any drug could work, it's worth taking it while taking precautions to not get pregnant (if
you even still can).
There's quite a few drugs out there they say DO NOT TAKE IF YOU ARE OR COULD BECOME PREGNANT... so it's acceptable risk IMO.