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Alarming Voluntary Recall of Robitussin Honey Cough Medicines by Haleon Due to Microbial Contamination: Nationwide Risk for Immunocompromised Individuals

British healthcare company, Haleon, has issued an alarming voluntary recall of two of its Robitussin cough medicine variants – Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult and Robitussin Honey CF Max Night Adult. The recall was prompted due to identified microbial contamination in eight lots of the aforementioned cough syrups. Found in the syrup varieties that contain honey, this contamination brings forth potential danger, especially to people with compromised immune systems.

Reports of the recall have spread nationwide indicating that the contaminated Robitussin Honey products have not only been distributed widely, but they may also harbor life-threatening infections for immunocompromised individuals. The syrups particularly singled out in the recall include adult versions of CF Max Day and Night Syrups.

This move by Haleon is precautionary, as it comes in response to potential health risks associated with microbial contamination. Patients and consumers are thus urged to either dispose of the recalled products or return them to the place of purchase while following the provided recall instructions. Recall information can be found on the US Food & Drug Administration’s website.


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