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Stronger Warnings Urged for Tamiflu

By Admin on November 28, 2007 8:18 AM

Manufacturer Roche Laboratories, Inc. should update Tamiflu labeling to include stronger warnings regarding the risk of psychiatric problems in users of the flu medicine, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) committee. The FDA Pediatric Advisory Committee made its recommendations after evaluating reports of adverse events associated with use of the prescription influenza medication -- including delusions, confusion, and self-injury -- especially in children. The New York Times reports that "nearly 600 cases of psychiatric problems in Tamiflu patients have been reported, with 75 percent of them from Japan."

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