Part 1 of the problem reads: Kathy, a 125 lb woman, wishes to take Miracle Drug to cure her cold. One dose of Miracle Drug is 6.0 mg of drug per kg of bodyweight (6.0 mg/kg or more specifically, 6.0 mg/kg/dose or 6.0 mg/kg-does). How much drug in mg should Kathy take for one dose?

This part of the problem I can understand. I took 125 lb, multiplied it by 1kg over 2.2046 lb, lb then cancels out and I'm left with kg on top. 125 divided by 2.2046 equals 56.6. So the answer is 125 lb is equal to 56.6 kg. To get one dose, I just multipled 6.0 mg times 56.6 kg, which equals 339.6 mg for one dose according to her weight in kg.

Part 2 of the problem is where I get stumped. It reads: If the concentration of Miracle Drug in the bottle Kathy found in her medicine cabinet is 26.0 mg of drug for every mL of solution (26.0 mg/mL), how many mL should she consume for one dose?

I can't quite understand what it is asking me. Is it asking me to convert mg to mL? I was told that it's just another simple unit conversion problem, but I still can't vision in my head how I should set it up. Can someone explain what it's asking of me so that I can figure out how to set up a unit conversion to solve it?