SPOTLIGHT: Doctors warned on HIV drug


After an infant died from an overdose, the FDA and Abbott Laboratories are warning doctors to take care when using the HIV drug Kaletra in children. Babies shouldn't receive more than a 5 milliliter dose, the FDA advises; the child who died got 6.5 milliliters. Dosage should be calculated by body weight, Abbott says. Report

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