Congress Investigating Johnson & Jonson’s “Phantom Recall”

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Here’s a strange story about a mysterious “phantom” recall of Motrin drugs by the Johnson & Johnson company. Allegedly, the company hired a contractor to go to stores and buy all the available stock of defective tablets rather than announce a recall of the product. This came up at a Congressional hearing last week as Democratic House members were investigating the company’s recent problems with a manufacturing plant that produced contaminated medications, some of which contained tiny particles of metal.

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