French doctors gave growth hormones to children with dwarfism even though the drugs risked causing Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, the human variant of mad cow disease, the magazine reported. AP - Paris
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French pharmaceutical authorities knowingly distributed hormones that risked causing a deadly brain disease and may have infected 1,000 children in 1985, L'Express said.