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Children’s Panadol batches recalled over contamination

May 20, 2016
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Children’s Panadol is being pulled from shelves, with the national drug regulator warning batches contaminated with invisible fibres could prompt allergic reactions.

Three batches of strawberry and orange flavoured Panadol for children aged five to 12 years, supplied in 200ml bottles, are being recalled from pharmacies and wholesalers by manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Australia.

Children’s Panadol is being pulled from shelves, with the national drug regulator warning batches contaminated with invisible fibres could prompt allergic reactions.

Three batches of strawberry and orange flavoured Panadol for children aged five to 12 years, supplied in 200ml bottles, are being recalled from pharmacies and wholesalers by manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Australia.

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Published by: The Sydney Morning Herald, 19/05/2016