Drugmakers urged to produce "child-friendly" AIDS medicines

11/29/2005 | Forbes

Doctors Without Borders called on pharmaceutical companies to produce versions of their AIDS drugs that are easy for children to take and urged development of simple and affordable AIDS tests for babies. "One of the reasons that half of all children with HIV/AIDS die before the age of two is that pharmaceutical companies are not making child-friendly versions of their anti-AIDS drugs," the group said.

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