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Pfizer recalls birth control tablets

The drug maker says certain packages of oral contraceptives could have the wrong count of tablets or have the tablets out of order, which could leave some women with an inadequate dose and put them at risk for an unintended pregnancy.
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The drug maker says certain packages of oral contraceptives could have the wrong count of tablets or have the tablets out of order, which could leave some women with an inadequate dose and put them at risk for an unintended pregnancy.

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