The recall, which affects residents of Puerto Rico, is being made to protect children from a non-childproof container. Panadol Advanced, the drug in question, is an acetaminophen-containing pain killer. Acetaminophen, which is the active ingredient in Tylenol, is easy to accidentally overdose on. Every year, acetaminophen causes about 500 deaths and nearly 80,000 hospitalizations.
Those who took an acetaminophen-containing drug and were diagnosed with liver failure have the right to be compensated for their injuries, pain, and medical bills. If you are one of these people, then CLICK HERE to receive a free, no obligation case review.
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