Please be advised that all of the CDC-sponsored EUAs listed on this website are currently in effect and will remain in effect through June 23, 2010, unless the declaration of emergency is terminated or the Emergency Use Authorizations are revoked sooner or the declaration of emergency is extended. Additional information and guidance regarding EUA termination will be posted on this website closer to the eventual termination date.
Emergency Use Authorization of Tamiflu (oseltamivir)
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FDA-Issued Tamiflu EUA Letter (3.28 MB)
- FDA Tamiflu Technical Review Document for H1N1 Influenza A
- Emergency Use of Tamiflu in Infants Less than 1 Year of Age
***Note: For information on recognizing and reporting adverse events (side effects) of Tamiflu, please refer to the applicable Fact Sheet.
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