Members of the Facebook group regarding the McNeil Consumer Healthcare recall have drafted a downloadable letter intended to be sent to US House of Representatives and State Senators. This letter details unanswered questions of concerned parents as McNeil Consumer Healthcare and the FDA have divulged limited information into the recall of children's and infant's Tylenol, Motrn, Zyrtec and Benadryl. This letter is being made public via download as well as where to find names and contact information for US House of Representatives and Senators so other parents can voice their concerns.
Mechanicsville, VA (PRWEB) May 7, 2010 -- The Facebook group of concerned parents regarding the McNeil Consumer Healthcare recall of children’s and infant’s Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl have drafted a letter that can be downloaded and appended so that individual parents can contact their US House of Representatives and State Senators. The group has organized this campaign as neither McNeil Consumer Healthcare nor the FDA have provided complete details into the inspection of the Fort Washington, PA manufacturing facility. The Facebook group encourages all concerned parents who use these products to download and send the letter to their District’s House of Representative and State Senators so that complete details and transparency into the severity of the problems can be ascertained. This knowledge will enable parents, along with the help of their family physician, to make informed decisions regarding the health of their children.
The letter can be downloaded via the following hyperlink:
Download Letter Here
In addition, a downloadable copy of the letter has been attached to this press release.
To determine and obtain contact information for US House of Representatives click here:
US House of Representatives Contact Information
To determine and obtain contact information for State Senators click here:
State Senators Contact Information
The Facebook group regarding the McNeil Product Recall of Children's Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl was started on May 1st, 2010 after numerous calls to McNeil’s Consumer Healthcare line went unanswered. The group’s goal is to gather and disseminate accurate and detailed information regarding the recall so that all parents can make informed decisions as to the health of their children who took these medications.
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