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Generic Lipitor Recalled Again — Physician’s First Watch

Medical News |
March 10, 2014

Generic Lipitor Recalled Again

By the Editors

Ranbaxy has recalled over 60,000 bottles of generic atorvastatin after a pharmacist found a 20-mg tablet in a sealed bottle labeled with the 10-mg dose. The FDA considers this a class II recall, indicating "a remote chance of severe adverse consequences or death due to the product flaw," Reuters reports.

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frederick schnure, md Physician, Gastroenterology, primacare, pc

helpful alert

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