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    • 4/15/2013
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    • 20130317-F3C81-2147457804
    Incident Description: I bought a package of pampers size 5 diapers with dry max. After her being in her first diaper for 3 hours I changed her and she had a new bright red diaper rash with blisters. This had to have been from the diapers. There were no other changes.
    Business Comments:
    (4/2/2013) We’re sorry to hear of your daughter’s experience while wearing Pampers Baby Dry and hope she is feeling better. We certainly understand your concern and want to assure you a great deal of research has gone into the development of our products to ensure ... (More)
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    • 3/13/2012
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    • 20120211-0D084-2147470306
    Incident Description: I purchased Walgreens brand disposable diapers and his mother put one on my grandson at night before he went to sleep for the night. He is 3 months old. In the morning he had developed a sever rash which caused bleeding in his groin area. His mother took ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/6/2012) Walgreens takes the issue of consumer safety very seriously. The diaper components in our products are continually evaluated and tested to ensure that they are safe for their intended use, and do not pose a health risk. Walgreen Co. encourages consumers with ... (More)
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    • 4/6/2011
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    • 20110314-C7B98-2147481463
    Incident Description: We started using Pampers Cruisers Dry Max for my baby. We had been using Luvs with no problems (and previously used the old Papers Cruisers (not Dry Max) on my older daughter with no probelms). On two separate occasions while wearing a Pampers Cruisers Dry ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/2/2011) Thank you for sharing your experience with us. We’re very sorry to hear that your baby developed a rash while wearing Pampers with DryMax and we hope she is feeling better. At Pampers (where many of us are parents ourselves), safety is our number one priority ... (More)
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