FDA approves use of combo for hepatitis C in children

12/14/2008 | Winston-Salem Journal (N.C.)

Schering-Plough obtained FDA clearance to market a regimen that combines Rebetol -- an antiviral drug -- with Pegintron -- a bioengineered version of an immune-system protein called interferon -- to treat hepatitis C in children ages 3 to 17. The two-drug therapy offers extended effectiveness with the aid of pegylation, a technology used in Pegintron that allows it to remain in the blood longer.

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