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Acetaminophen pills spill out of a bottle that is arranged in Columbus, Ohio, Thursday, November 9, 2006. Perrigo Co., the biggest U.S. maker of store-branded, non-prescription drugs, recalled about 11 million bottles of acetaminophen pills because they may contain bits of metal. The company reduced its per-share earnings for the first quarter by one cent. Photographer: Gary Gardiner/Bloomberg News.
Acetaminophen pills spill out of a bottle that is arranged in Columbus, Ohio, Thursday, November 9, 2006. Perrigo Co., the biggest U.S. maker of store-branded, non-prescription drugs, recalled about 11 million bottles of acetaminophen pills because they may contain bits of metal. The company reduced its per-share earnings for the first quarter by one cent. Photographer: Gary Gardiner/Bloomberg News.

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