Four Indian-made cold and cough syrups have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths among children, the WHO says. Photo: Shutterstock
Four Indian-made cold and cough syrups have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths among children, the WHO says. Photo: Shutterstock
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WHO probes Indian cough syrup after 66 children die in Gambia

  • Contaminated medications made by Maiden Pharmaceuticals may have been distributed in other countries, the UN health agency warned as it issued an alert
  • The 4 products are Promethazine Oral Solution, Kofexmalin Baby Cough Syrup, Makoff Baby Cough Syrup and Magrip N Cold Syrup

Four Indian-made cold and cough syrups have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths among children, the WHO says. Photo: Shutterstock
Four Indian-made cold and cough syrups have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths among children, the WHO says. Photo: Shutterstock
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