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RecallRecall alert

Taro Pharmaceuticals announced the voluntary recall of 1 lot of lamotrigine 100 mg tablets (immediate release), 100 count bottles to the consumer level due to cross-contamination with a small amount of enalapril maleate (a medication used to treat high blood pressure). If you have a current lamotrigine or Lamictal 100 mg tablet prescription, please contact your pharmacy to check if you have a recalled lot. The recalled lot, Lamotrigine Tablets 100mg; NDC 51672-4131-1 (100 tabs); Lot Number 331771; Exp date 6/2021, was distributed to community pharmacies by the manufacturer across the country between 8/23/19 and 8/30/19. Lamotrigine is indicated for the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder.

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Celebrating our 150th anniversary: Looking back and moving forward

Boston Children’s has always embodied a culture of innovation and scientific discovery, with the goal of improving the lives of children and families. This legacy continues today as we lead the world in pediatric research, empowering our clinicians and scientists to challenge the status quo and seek better answers for children everywhere.

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Fundraise Your Way lets you raise much-needed funds in countless creative ways. Turn a fun activity you enjoy into a fundraiser for Boston Children’s. It can be pretty much anything!
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Your gift to Boston Children’s Hospital helps treat the whole child, supports families, funds lifesaving research and helps us pursue our goal: to give all children a healthy future.
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Stretch for a cause

Join us on April 26 for Yoga Reaches Out, a day-long yogathon that harnesses the power of our community to help families and sick children. This year we’re raising funds for Boston Children’s Wellness Program and Every Child Fund.
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Boston Children's Hospital Virtual TourA virtual tour of Boston Children’s Hospital

Explore the Boston Children’s main campus through our panoramic tour and learn some interesting tips along the way. Take a look inside at any time to help navigate the hospital before you arrive.



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Desde la preparación para ser hospitalizado o para una cita ambulatoria, hasta la transición de vuelta a casa, el personal de Boston Children's Hospital está comprometido a crear una experiencia positiva para toda la familia.

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