Parents who believe a pregnancy drug is linked to severe disabilities in their children are calling on the Scottish Government to help them in their fight for answers.

Seven families claim they are the forgotten victims of the hormone test Primodos, which was withdrawn in 1978.

From STV

Rose and Bobby Stallard say the only thing that will comfort them is finding out what caused the disabilities their daughter Elizabeth has suffered.

“My lassie and she is my lassie, that’s it. She was perfect, we thought she was perfect. She just wouldn’t communicate, quiet, quiet, quiet.”

“When Elizabeth was about 3, we went into Yorkhill and I seen a doctor and she said your child’s brain damaged — and that’s it. That was the way it was answered to me. Your child is brain damaged.”

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