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If a medication is found to be unsafe, the FDA may issue a drug recall, which prevents that drug from being sold. Most stores will refund your purchase if the drug has been recalled. Drugs are sometimes recalled by a company and other times by the FDA. If you think your medication is unsafe or defective, you can report the problem to the FDA by filing a DQRS report. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how drugs are recalled, what you should do if the recall affects you, and much more.

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