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Johnson & Johnson accused of hiding Motrin recall from public; FDA says it urged company to respond to complaints

POSTED: 05:42 PM ET, 05/28/2010 by Jennifer Jenkins

Maker of children's drugs accused of hiding Motrin recall from public The Washington Post
The company at the center of a massive recall of children's Tylenol and other popular over-the-counter products tried to perform a "phantom recall" of defective Motrin by sending contractors around the country to buy up the medicine from stores without alerting regulators or the public, according to the chairman of a Congressional committee investigating the company.

FDA says it has urged Johnson & Johnson to improve practices The Los Angeles Times
The Food and Drug Administration, alarmed by quality-control problems with children's Tylenol and other Johnson & Johnson medications, prodded senior company officials last February to improve manufacturing and react faster to consumer complaints.

By Jennifer Jenkins |  May 28, 2010; 5:42 PM ET The Daily Read
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Posted by: 33jayave | May 29, 2010 2:42 PM

BandAids made in China! Their firm used to denote quality and integrity.

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