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Pfizer’s Stop-Smoking Drugs Recalled for Contamination Complaint

Pfizer, Inc. makes Chantix, its brand-name drug that contains varenicline and helps people to stop smoking. The market for this varenicline-containing drug (VCD) is robust, but the complaint alleges that the VCDs in Chantix are “adulterated, misbranded, and unapproved” because they have been contaminated with the probable human carcinogen n-nitroso-varenicline and possibly with other potential nitrosamines as well.

Case Event File: Pfizer’s Stop-Smoking Drugs Recalled for Contamination Complaint

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