Actavis Recalls Drug Over Possibly Deadly Defect
Digitek is used to treat abnormal heart rhythms by reducing strain on the heart and helping it beat more strongly. Actavis Totowa, the U.S. division of Iceland-based pharmaceutical company Actavis Group, said in a statement that it has received “several” reports of people sickened by the defective tablets.
The company said the double-thickness tablets contain twice the appropriate...
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