Change to Yellow Card reporting in children

The MHRA no longer requires all suspected adverse drug reactions (ADRs) in children and adolescents to be reported.

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The quickest ADR reporting method is online but a paper copy of the Yellow Card form can alternatively be posted to the MHRA. | SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
The quickest ADR reporting method is online but a paper copy of the Yellow Card form can alternatively be posted to the MHRA. | SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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