Inventor of Ibuprofen should be recognised

The development of Ibuprofen by Boots in Nottingham was a fantastic acheivement that has benefited millions of people around the world. Dr Stewart Adams, a resident of Redhill in Gedling Borough, played a leading role for that work and this should be recognised by the Borough. With new housing developments, we think it right that a new street be named after him in the area he lived in so long.

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