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October 16, 2003

Lilly, Eli & Co. Has Recalled Evista Tablets

(SafetyAlerts) - The FDA has released the following information.

PRODUCT
Evista Tablets (Raloxifene HCl), 60 mg, 7 tablets blister pack, Rx Only. Recall # D-331-3.

CODE
7AA26P (1-FEB-2005), 6AE83P (1-OCT-2004), 6AE76P (1-AUG-2004), 6AD24N (1-JUN-2004), 6AD20N (1-JUN-2004), 6AA91P (1-MAR-2004), 6AA90N (1-MAR-2004), 5AK53N (1-FEB-2004), 5AJ62N (1-DEC-2003), 5AJ51N (1-NOV-2003), 5AH97N (1-OCT-2003), 5AG47N (1-SEP-2003), 5AG39N (1-SEP-2003).

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER
Lilly, Eli & Co., Indianapolis, IN, by letter on August 8, 2003. Firm initiated recall is ongoing.

REASON
Mislabeling; Lot number and expiration date are not printed on the external carton labeling.

VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE
13 sample pack lots.

DISTRIBUTION
Nationwide, Cyprus, Lebanon, and Malta
.

 
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