The prescription anti-anxiety drug sold as name brand Xanax, has been recalled nationwide because one lot of the drug has “the potential presence of a foreign substance,” according to Mylan Pharmaceuticals FDA recall notice.
The notice states further, “clinical impact from the foreign material, if present, is expected to be rare, but the remote risk of infection to a patient cannot be ruled out.”
Alprazolam Tablets, USP C-IV, 0.5 mg in 500-count bottles, lot No. 8082708 with a September 2020 expiration date are what have been recalled, specifically. This lot of medication was distributed in July and August.
Consumer should call Stericycle at 888-843-0255 about returning the drug. Consumers with questions about this recall should contact Mylan at 800-796-9526 or by email at email@example.com.
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