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Dépakine et dérivés en France: Valproate victimes vont être indemnisées

22 mai 2017 – Il y as quelque mois que Fance Info a eu l’historie que l’Assemblée nationale a donné son feu vert à l’unanimité pour la création du fonds d’indemnisation promis par l’Etat dédié aux victimes de l’antiépileptique Dépakine (valproate de sodium), responsable de graves malformations foetales. 

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