Struggling J&J Unit Recalls Immodium Over Package Tears

Law360, New York (May 18, 2012, 2:47 PM EDT) -- A Johnson & Johnson unit recalled one lot of Immodium anti-diarrhea pills Thursday after learning that packaging may be torn, adding another to the list of over-the-counter medications the unit has recalled in recent years, costing the company millions and leading to government action.

McNeil Consumer Healthcare is recalling Immodium that may have dents with a small pinhole or tear in the blister packaging, the company said. McNeil said the flaw did not present a safety concern and customers could still take the pills as long...
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