According to Albany Star, birth control failure for 100 women prompted them to file a lawsuit against the packaging company, Qualitest (a subsidiary of Endo). In 2011, the company issued a large-scale voluntary recall because a blister packaging error led to the weekly tablet orientation being reversed — this means that the hormones women should have been taking in week 1 were replaced, instead, with the blank pills of week 4 that are meant to allow menstruation to occur. Consequently, 113 women became pregnant, and 94 went on to have babies.
It Won?t be a Class Action Suit
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