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2017 EpiPen Recall

The EpiPen is used to treat allergic reactions to certain foods and bug bites. The products can be replaced at no charge by calling (877) 650-3494 or emailing customer.service@mylan.com. The 0.15-mg EpiPen Jr auto-injectors affected in the U.S. recall are: • Lot 5GN767, with expiration date of April 2017 • Lot 5GN773, with expiration date of April 2017 • Lot 6GN215, with expiration date of September 2017 The 0.3-mg EpiPen auto injections affected by the U.S. recall are: • Lot 5GM631, with expiration date of April 2017 • Lot 5GM640, with expiration date of May 2017 • Lot 6GM082, with expiration date of September 2017 • Lot 6GM072, with expiration date of September 2017 • Lot 6GM081, with expiration date of September 2017 • Lot 6GM088, with expiration date of October 2017 • Lot 6GM199, with expiration date of October 2017 • Lot 6GM091, with expiration date of October 2017 • Lot 6GM198, with expiration date of October 2017 • Lot 6GM087, with expiration date of October 2017