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Fifty years of independent expert advice on prescription medicines
Coloured computer-generated ribbon diagrams of a monoclonal antibody - a type of medicine that is creating many new and exciting treatment possibilities.
In the background are much larger scale diagrams of the thalidomide molecule - it was the inappropriate use of thalidomide that led to the formation of the Australian Drug Evaluation Committee.
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