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Unread 06-03-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
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Arrow COPAXONE "Sub-recall"

There is an urgent recall (also referred to as a "sub-recall") of Copaxone at the retail level. Vendors are asked to pull product with this info:

Lot: X05011 Exp. date: 8/2013

This is because of a single vial w a foreign particle reported by a user.

This information is in a PDF file and was found here: https://clsnetlink.com/RecallInfo/ta...8/Default.aspx

It won't hurt to check our own supplies- Teva wasn't that quick on the alcohol recall.

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I called Shared Solutions right away and mine is okay...thanks for the info...
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Thanx for this info. My batch was 2 numbers off and 1 month off. Really close call , but not a match!!
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