“500 Drugs Updated With Directions for Child Use Since 2002”


From Salon magazine: “Despite the 500 changes made in pediatric drug-labeling updates since 2002, doctors still must rely only on clinical experience and existing scientific literature to prescribe thousands of commonly used medications in children “off-label”—without specific guidance from the FDA.”

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