WHO: Anti-flu Drug Can Be Stored 2 Years Longer

Comcast By ALEXANDER G. HIGGINS, AP GENEVA — Health officials have told governments they can keep Tamiflu for longer to help fight the swine flu pandemic.

It means stockpiles of the drug that governments started to build up five years ago in response to the outbreak of bird flu will not need to be thrown away before winter in the Northern Hemisphere, when the pandemic is expected to spread.

Some 220 million individual treatments of Tamiflu — each with 10 capsules to be taken over five days — have been sent to governments around the world since 2004 by the manufacturer, Swiss pharmaceuticals company Roche Holding AG, said spokeswoman Claudia Schmitt on Tuesday.

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