GSK’s Paxil and Seroxat contaminated, FDA says

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found that a drug ingredient for two GlaxoSmithKline antidepressants was contaminated, according to an online report published Tuesday, April 1.

The FDA found that an active ingredient used for GSK’s Paxil and Seroxat was contaminated by a waste tank material at a GSK plant in Ireland. The FDA added that the pharmaceutical giant has not done much to inform consumers about the incident.

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