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EMA consults on cardiovascular drug list for paediatric use

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The European Medicines Agency has,for the first time,put out a consultation on its inventory of paediatric medicines. This list includes all cardiovascular medicines for use in children and the agency hopes it will help its Paediatric Committee (PDCO) identify areas where further research is required.

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