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FDA Panel To Influenza Home MedKit Sponsors: Get Real

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Roche begins label comprehension studies this month to support development of aTamiflu home MedKit for the treatment or prophylaxis of pandemic influenza virus, under an initiative driven by the Department of Health and Human Services

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