GENTLEASE Baby Formula Recall

The FDA announces a recall of GENTLEASE powdered formula for infants after discovering that the formula may contain metal particles. If the powdered formula is accidentally inhaled by an infant, it can lead to serious problems in the baby's respiratory system or throat.

The recalled cans have product lot number BMJ19, use by 1 Jul 07

Infants affected by the formula may exhibit symptoms such as coughing, difficulty breathing or swallowing. Medical professionals advise parents to report any problems to their medical doctor.

Mead Johnson Nutritionals and Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. manufacture the GENTLEASE product and have distributed 41,464 cans of GENTLEASE formula throughout the U.S. since December 2005.

GENTLEASE in the News

The FDA announces a recall of the GENTLEASE infant formula and an investigation into the potential heath risks of the product allegedly containing metal particles. (Feb-22-06) [FDA]

Register your GENTLEASE Complaint

If your infant as experienced any negative symptoms after ingesting GENTLEASE baby formula, you may qualify for damages or remedies that might be awarded in a possible class action or lawsuit. Please fill out the form at right to submit your complaint.

By submitting you complaint, you are asking lawyers to contact you. You are under no obligation to accept their services. Lawyers are usually paid out of the proceeds of the settlement or verdict rendered.
Last updated November 26 2012

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