November 23, 2007
FDA Recommends Child Neurological Warnings for Flu Drugs Tamiflu and Relenza
Article on cnn.com -- FDA wants behavior warning on flu drugs. Here's an excerpt:
Government health regulators recommended adding label precautions about neurological problems seen in children who have taken flu drugs made by Roche and GlaxoSmithKline.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday released its safety review of Roche's Tamiflu and Glaxo's (Charts) Relenza. Next week, an outside group of pediatric experts is scheduled to review the safety of several such drugs when used in children.
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