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Recall of sex enhancement drug

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Century City, Calif.-based Bodee LLC has initiated a voluntary nationwide recall of "natural" male sexual enhancement drug Zencore Tabs after FDA analysis revealed the product contains "potentially harmful, undeclared ingredients," agency reports Aug. 31. Lots of the product contained aminotadalafil or sildenafil, ingredients in FDA-approved drugs used for erectile dysfunction. The chemicals pose a threat because they may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs. Zencore Tabs are sold in health food stores and by mail order in the U.S. and Canada. Canadian health authorities have issued warnings since April about sexual enhancement drugs laced with unapproved ingredients, and the Center for Science in Public Interest recently sent a letter to FDA urging a ban on U.S. sales of Zencore Tabs and Vitogen's Axcil brand(1"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 27, 2007, p. 10)...

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