The pain reliever Tylenol has been recalled by its manufacturer Johnson & Johnson. Close to 70,000 bottles of the medication, manufactured in February 2009, were taken off pharmacy shelves in the US because of a small number of reports that the pills carry a musty, mouldy odour. The scent has been linked to trace amounts of a chemical known as tribromoanisole (TBA) which can cause temporary and non-serious gastro intestinal symptoms.
Minor pain, occasional head aches, high episodes of muscle and joint aches are the two ailments for which people turn to Tylenol.
If you have been prescribed a drug that has injured you please contact Liam Moloney, Solicitor for advice about your rights to claim compensation.