Anemia Drug, Eprex, Recalled by Johnson & Johnson

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 24, 2011 at 10:41 PM Drug News
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Johnson & Johnson has announced the recall of close to 200,000 syringes of Eprex, a drug used to treat anemia.

The recall has been announced in 17 countries which includes Europe and Canada, No recall has been announced in the U.S. 

 Anemia Drug, Eprex, Recalled by Johnson & Johnson
Anemia Drug, Eprex, Recalled by Johnson & Johnson
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The reason for the recall is not due to any adverse side effects but due to certain irregularities in the potency of dosages, which the company seeks to rectify. 

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