1,) Dr. W.H. Inman, Senior Medical Officer - Committee on Safety of Medicines, 7th Nov 1969.
" It is somewhat difficult to summon up enough enthusiasm to place a high priority on this, when so much other and possibly more important work is pressing."
2.) N.M.B. Dean, 17th Feb 1968
"With regard to the rather high incidence of abortions in the Primodos group, I think it must be born in mind that women going to their doctor for this type of test often hope that they are not pregnant and it is not impossible that these women took other steps to terminate their pregnancies".
"In view of these findings tentative though they are, it would be my own view that, since there is in any event no very sound medical reason (in my opinion) for the use of such Hormonal preparations, Primodos should be withdrawn from use."
3.) A.J.N. Warrack. Consultant Pathologist, Sheffield City General Hospital. 4th Nov 1966.
"(A) The test is unreliable".
"(B) It may well be dangerous in that it could possibly precipitate abortion in a not well established pregnancy."
4.) Derek Richter. Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, 23 June 1967.