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On May 16, 2008, a recall was issued for two lots of Solodyn Extended Release Tablets after it was discovered that some bottles of the antibiotic manufactured in February 2008 actually contained a different medication. As a result, users were exposed to a risk of severe adverse reactions.

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FDA Reviewing Potential Safety Problems With Sutent, Relistor, Other Drugs

The FDA has released its quarterly list of drugs that are being reviewing for potential safety problems, which includes the cancer drug Sutent, the anti-constipation medication Relistor and 11 other drugs.

Solodyn Recall: Bottles May Contain a Different Medication

On Monday, the FDA announced a recall for certain lots of Solodyn Extended Release Tablets since they could contain the wrong medication. Individuals who filled a prescription for the antibiotic Solodyn (minocycline), may have actually received bottles containing Azasan (azathioprine), an immunosuppressant. This could pose a severe safety risk to consumers.

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