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This page shows the latest counterfeit drugs news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

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  • Not in my backyard Not in my backyard

    Let’s be honest: the notion that you can import prescription drugs from one country at a cheaper price and pass those savings on to consumers in another country is fraught ... And not the complications that some politicians have been touting -

  • The global scourge of counterfeit medicines The global scourge of counterfeit medicines

    An Interpol-led investigation earlier this year closed 4, 932 sites and seized 12.2 million counterfeit drugs for cancer, depression, asthma and high cholesterol, along with slimming pills, infertility drugs ... Top five drugs seized. Painkillers. 36, 324

  • Cleaning up pharma's supply chain Cleaning up pharma's supply chain

    A gang comprising more than 1, 000 people push counterfeit drugs; dozens are arrested amid claims horse meat for trials entered the food chain and a company's sales plummet 61 ... In Beijing, authorities closed online pharmacies in 29 provinces and

  • Upwardly mobile: Pharma opportunities in mHealth Upwardly mobile: Pharma opportunities in mHealth

    mHealth is also being used in pharmaceutical distribution to secure the supply chain and, in the battle against counterfeit drugs, help verify product authenticity in real time.

  • US FDA nets $41m of illegal medicines in online pharmacy crackdown US FDA nets $41m of illegal medicines in online pharmacy crackdown

    Regulator shuts down 1, 677 sites in global operation. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week seized more than $41m worth of illegal drugs in a crackdown on websites ... behemoth Google as its auto-complete function has the potential to push

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  • Switzerland: a life sciences hub Switzerland: a life sciences hub

    Swiss companies like Idorsia, created by the founders of Actelion (acquired by Johnson &Johnson), and ObsEva, created by the founder of PregLem (acquired by Rechter Gedeon), are growing, with several drugs ... In addition, like other countries,

  • Country report: The healthcare market in Brazil Country report: The healthcare market in Brazil

    The low-cost generic and biosimilars sectors will play an ever greater role as the government seeks to find costeffective treatments and suppress counterfeit drugs. ... Counterfeiting. Counterfeit drugs coming from Paraguay are still a major problem in

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  • Blog: The Cost of Counterfeits

    The sale of counterfeit drugs is growing at twice the rate of legitimate pharmaceuticals and pharma companies stand to lose more than just profits from the fallout of counterfeit identification. ... If you took a counterfeit drug on the other hand, the

  • Research Partnership

    The sale of counterfeit drugs is growing at twice the rate of legitimate pharmaceuticals and pharma companies stand to lose more than just profits from the fallout of counterfeit identification. ... 5 years on from the Brazilian Generics Drugs Act, is

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