Johnson & Johnson has ordered another recall, this time on its antipsychotic medication Risperdal Consta after mold was found floating in vials of the injectable drug during a routine quality control test. The company estimates that about 5,000 vials of the 70,000 made in the affected lot are still unused in doctor’s offices, mental health centers and pharmacies. Because it is an injectable drug, it is not sent home with patients but administered instead at medical clinics. The mold, known as Alternaria alternate, is commonly found in the environment and if administered to patients could cause infection around the site ... Read More
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