It was announced this week that one lot (affecting about 46,000 bottles of pills) of Abbott Healthcare’s hydrochlorothiazide tablets will be recalled due to a “mis-labeling” issue. That’s fine, but what does this mean for U.S. consumers and are drug recalls common?
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