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NIAID talks down concerns over HIV/AIDS drug

Even though further studies of it's side effects will be conducted, the NIAID claims that Nevirapine (protects newborns from infection of HIV/AIDS from infected mother) is safe and effective to use in pregnant women. A clinical trial in Uganda had raised some concerns about the drugs but they were ignored. The US will reevaluate the methodology and results of the clinical trial to allay any concerns. The drug is believed to reduce the risk of infection from mother to child by up to 50%.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by All Africa

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About: NIAID talks down concerns over HIV/AIDS drug

Date: 15 December 2004

Source: All Africa

URL: http://allafrica.com/stories/200412150592.html

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