Will the FDA ban Vicodin and Percocet? Due to concerns about the amount of acetaminophen in Vicodin and Percocet, an advisory panel has recommended banning the drugs from the market. Acetaminophen overdose has been linked to causing liver failure. Acetaminophen is very common in various over-the-counter cold and flu medications, including Tylenol. The maximum dose allowed has been recommended to be lowered from 1,000 mg to 650 mg per dose. Although the FDA is not required to adhere to the recommendation of the panel, however, they usually take the warning seriously. Thus, they later issue black box label warnings or dear doctor letters to physicians stating the health concerns. For a list of various recalled drugs, click this link. If you or a loved one has been a victim of a drug recall, contact John Foy & Associates at 404-400-4000. Our firm specializes in drug recall and we are experienced in handling personal injury claims.