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Romania involved in the children-killing hormones scandal

de Radu Big
Joi, 7 februarie 2008, 13:26 English | Top News

Some of the biological material used to create the growth hormones that killed over 100 children in France comes from Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary, the Focus news agency informs in its online edition.
Bulgarian Parliamentarian Health Commission vice president Atanas Chterev admitted that such material was exported by his country. Even more, Bulgaria exported hypophysis hormones drawn from dead bodies, not only towards France, but also to Switzerland, Sweden and Italy.

Atanas Chterev claims that the responsibility belongs to the French Pasteur Institute, which produced the drugs against pituitary dwarfism and administered it to children.

After 25 years of investigation, French authorities opened a trial against 7 doctors that killed 111 people by infecting them with the Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (the human form of the mad cow disease). 

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