Thursday, May 05, 2005

Researchers Tested AIDS Drugs on Children

The research funded by the National Institutes of Health spanned the country. It was most widespread in the 1990s as foster care agencies sought treatments for their HIV-infected children that weren't yet available in the marketplace.

In one study, researchers reported a "disturbing" higher death rate among children who took higher doses of a drug. That study was unable to determine a safe and effective dosage.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just as will be the case with the treatment during the upcoming Bird Flu fear campaign. There is no safe dosage!

6:15 pm  
Blogger Kathy Mcahon said...

No safe dosage and NO BIRD FLU.

Interesting read:
Top 100 AIDS Science Inconsistencies

7:59 pm  

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