Government approves RM4mil to buy Tamiflu drug


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  • Wednesday, 09 Nov 2005

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is assured of its stock of the anti-viral Tamiflu drug in the event a bird flu pandemic breaks out. 

Health Ministry Disease Control Division director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said the drug manufacturer and supplier had agreed to meet Malaysia’s need. 

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