The New York Times reports:
About 80,000 babies and toddlers die of AIDS each year, mostly in Africa, in part because their medicines come in hard pills or bitter syrups that are very difficult for small children to swallow or keep down. But on Friday, the Indian generic drug manufacturer Cipla announced a new, more palatable pediatric formulation.
The new drug, called Quadrimune, comes in strawberry-flavored granules the size of grains of sugar that can be mixed with milk or sprinkled on baby cereal. Experts said it could save the lives of thousands of children each year.
“This is excellent news for all children living with H.I.V.,” said Winnie Byanyima, the new executive director of UNAIDS. “We have been eagerly waiting for child-friendly medicines that are easy to use and good to taste.”
Pricing to be around $1 per day. Much more at the link.