• Kyodo News


Doctors and pharmacists are racking their brains to work out creative formulas to cope with shortages of Tamiflu influenza treatment for small children, the age group mainly hit by the H1N1 swine flu epidemic.

Tamiflu for small children is administered typically in sweetened dry syrup, while adults take it in capsules deemed too bitter for the young.

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