Drug Information Update - FDA warns health care professionals not to use injectable vitamin products distributed by Medical Supply Liquidators with a Sunshine Labs label

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care professionals not to use injectable vitamin drug products distributed by Medical Supply Liquidators LLC in Clive, Iowa, with “Sunshine Labs” on the label. These products are manufactured by Compound Brothers Dominicana (also known as CB Inc.) in the Dominican Republic and sold as prescription injectable nutritional supplements.
 
FDA has not approved these products and cannot be assured of their safety, effectiveness, or quality.
 
Medical Supply Liquidators informed FDA they are voluntarily recalling all lots of non-expired products from Compound Brothers Inc. and labeled as Sunshine Labs. The agency is not aware of any adverse event reports associated with these products.

For more information and list of recalled products, please visit: Medical Supply Liquidators


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