WS01d: The Committee on Safety of Drugs (12-Mar-1996)
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Selection of photos taken at the Witness Seminar “Committee on Safety of Drugs” held by the History of Twentieth Century Medicine Group, 12-Mar-1996. Participants: Professor Sir William Asscher, Dr Derek Bangham, Sir Christopher Booth, Professor David Davies, Professor David Finney, Dr Roy Goulding, Mr Stephen Hall, Professor Bill Inman, Dr Ekke Kuenssberg, Dr Stephen Lock (Chair), Dr Tilli Tansey, Mr Wilfred Turner, Professor Owen Wade, Dr Josephine Weatherall, and Professor Miles Weatherall.
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