Pfizer Widens Lipitor Recall Due to Moldy Smell

US drugmaker Pfizer Inc. announced Friday it would recall 38,000 bottles of its blockbuster cholesterol drug Lipitor due to an unpleasant odor, the third recall this year related to the problem. The drugmaker said the latest recall was triggered by two consumer complaints about a musty or moldy odor on Lipitor bottles, which are made by an outside company in Puerto Rico.

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