US panel weighs Tamiflu and Relenza influenza pandemic medkits
This article was originally published in Scrip
A US FDAadvisory panel endorsed the concept of antiviral "medkits" for home stockpiling and use in the event of a pandemic but said more research was needed to ensure that consumers can appropriately administer the medicines.
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