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The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), on behalf

of the leading makers of over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold

medicines, today announced the voluntary withdrawal of oral

infant medications from store shelves.

The CHPA stressed that the voluntary withdrawal of OTC oral

infant cough and cold medicines was initiated by the makers of

those medications out of an abundance of caution, and that thi

is not a mandatory recall or a safety issue.

For more information, please visit:

http://www.otcsafety.org/home/Background_on_Voluntary_Withdrawal_of_Oral_Infant_Cough_and_Cold_Medicines.aspx

Voluntary recall of OTC cough and cold medicines for infants

The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), on behalf

of the leading makers of over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold

medicines, today announced the voluntary withdrawal of oral

infant medications from store shelves.

The CHPA stressed that the voluntary withdrawal of OTC oral

infant cough and cold medicines was initiated by the makers of

those medications out of an abundance of caution, and that thi

is not a mandatory recall or a safety issue.

For more information, please visit: more information here

Source: Manufacturer
Publication Date: 2007-10-12
Last Updated: 2009-12-06

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