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Antivirals for Treatment of Influenza

Mark A. Jones, PhD; Rokuro Hama, MD; and Chris Del Mar, MD
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From University of Queensland School of Population Health, Brisbane, Queensland 4006, Australia.

Potential Conflicts of Interest: Dr. Jones: Other: unpaid investigator on a UK National Institute for Health Research grant for a systematic review of neuraminidase inhibitors. Dr. Hama: Expert testimony (unpaid): provided scientific opinions on 11 adverse reaction cases related to oseltamivir following application by families for adverse reaction compensation; however, received no money for 8 cases and during the 82 months prior to submission; Royalties: books published by Kin-yobi Co Ltd and Japan Institute of Pharmacovigilence; Other: paid investigator on a UK National Institute for Health Research grant for a systematic review of neuraminidase inhibitors. Dr. Del Mar: Consultancy: Key Pharmaceuticals (topical ear product), GlaxoSmithKline (vaccine for otitis media); Grants/grants pending (money to institution): National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia), UK National Institute for Health Research; Royalties: books published by Elsevier and BMJ; Travel/accommodations/meeting expenses unrelated to activities listed: travel to Taiwan for an international conference on viral illness in March 2010; Other: Coordinating Editor of the Acute Respiratory Infections Group of the Cochrane Collaboration.


Ann Intern Med. 2012;157(5):385. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-157-5-201209040-00016
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