Alli, the popular weight lost drug, is being recalled by GlaxoSmithKline following complaints of tampering from customers in seven states.
“GlaxoSmithKline spokeswoman Deborah Bolding said that 20 tampered bottles were reported to the company by 12 customers. She did not say whether anyone had consumed the fake pills, but she did say that no one got sick,” says CNN News.
“We have received no reports of serious illness from the consumers who have reported these tampered products,” she said.
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