Drug Therapy During Pregnancy by Tom K. A. B. Eskes and Mieczyslaw Finster (Eds.)

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The hypothesis explained the social class effect (the lower social classes eating (1) more potatoes; (2) poorer quality potatoes that were more likely to be blighted; and (3) more potatoes stored through the winter into the spring (the solanine concentration being highest in stored potatoes), and consumed at a time when better off families would be able to afford 'new' potatoes), and also explained the parity effect (increasing risk with increasing parity, larger families collectively eating more potatoes with consequent greater risk of consumption of 40 Drugs and environmental agents in congenital malformations blighted potato).

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