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Can my child take posaconazole?

If your child is younger than 13 years old, the child should not take posaconazole, because it has not been studied in children that young. However, posaconazole is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to prevent severe fungal infections in children aged 13 and older whose immune systems are weakened.

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