Two more blood pressure medications recalled over cancer concerns

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Two more blood pressure medications have been recalled by the FDA over cancer concerns.

The recall comes after three other blood pressure medications had already been recalled.

Teva Pharmaceuticals voluntarily recalled its amlodipine/valsartan and amlodipine/valsartan/hydrochlorothiazide combination tablets, the FDA announced.

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The drugs may contain an impurity which as been classified as a possible human carcinogen.

Customers and patients with medical-related questions should contact Teva’s Medical Information by phone at: 888-838-2872, option 3, then, option 4, according to the FDA's site.

Patients who are taking one of the recalled medicines listed above should follow the recall instructions that are provided by the FDA's website.

To see the full list of recalls lots, click here.