Sunday, July 29, 2007

Unauthorized drug being sold on Canadian shelves, despite warnings

From the Montreal Gazette:
Health Canada is trying to halt the sale and use of Resolve, a product used to help quit smoking, because of a potential health risk to consumers.

Despite not being authorized for sale in Canada, the products is sold in retail stores across the country, and is also available over the Internet.

Health Canada has asked the company to recall the products, but the company has not taken Resolve off the market, said a press release on Saturday. ...more

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