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Wooden pallets like these appear to be the source of an offensive odor on a Johnson & Johnson medicine.
April 14, 2011 A chemical from wooden shipping pallets is believed to have tainted 57,000 bottles of Topamax, a medicine for epilepsy and migraines. Johnson & Johnson says the contaminant does not present a health hazard but can be offensive.
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