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In Today’s Program:

Published tisdag 26 oktober 2004 kl 14.01

Thousands of children were born with birth defects because of a so called wonder drug. Now, 45 years later, the government is paying compensation.

We’ll meet the new minister of education, Ibrahim Baylan.

And we’ve got a nose for health and medical issues today. The Nobel Prize in medicine or physiology is explained by the laureate (it’s all about smell). HeartBeat also looks at drug abuse in the professional sector and how to talk to kids about death.

Closing Music: Monica Zetterlund ”Sakta Vi Gå Genom Stan”

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