Frances Kelsey, director of FDA in the early 60's. During her first month at the new job she refused to pass the new drug Thaladomide due to inadequate application. Same paper made it legitimate in Australia and Europe where soon circa 10 000 babies "neurosedyne babies" were born with deformities of limbs. Nearly half of them died from severe malfunction. Kelsey, first scorned for rigidity, later recieved a medal from JFK.