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Research exposes the risk to infants from the chemicals used in liquid medicines
Date:1/21/2009

t is important that the [medicines regulators] not only ensure that all manufacturers provide detailed labelling of the excipient content of their products but all lead action to determine whether existing practice constitutes a risk, and if so, how this might be dealt with."

The authors point out that children's medicines have to cater for a wide age range, making it difficult for manufacturers to tailor their products for each age group. The inclusion of some excipients is also a necessity.


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Contact: Dr. Hitesh Pandya
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University of Leicester
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