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counterfeit drugs


Consumers are being warned about fake alprazolam which contains other ingredients, and urged only to get the product from pharmacies NSW Health and the TGA say they are warning people …

A counterfeit benzodiazepine that is stamped to look like a pharmaceutical product is being illegally sold in Australia Etizolam, an unregistered benzodiazepine medication, is being illegally sold in Australia in …

A tribunal has found a pharmacist and wholesaler who purchased and supplied counterfeit sildenafil has not proven “real insight into his conduct” Mr Mina Attia, who in December 2016 was …

Pharmacy crime rampant in Ireland; counterfeit drugs epidemic in Trinidad and Tobago; Walmart’s new measures to combat opioid crisis Dublin, Ireland: President of the Irish Pharmacy Union Daragh Connolly has …

“Purple drank” robber foiled; pharmacy in North Korea; alleged price-fixing in New Zealand Wauna, Washington State: It was stacks on for a would-be thief in Washington State over the weekend, …

The TGA has warned consumers not to take Ja Dera Max+ tablets, which contain undeclared lignocaine According to the TGA, its investigations show that a number of people may have …

Pharmacist shortage in Malta; ‘lowest of the low’ steal charity tins from UK pharmacy; NZ pharmacist censured after leaving controlled drugs unsecured Malta: Malta is facing a pharmacist shortage, the …

The TGA has warned that counterfeit versions of Clomid and Tamoxifen tablets have been purchased by Australians online According to the TGA, a product labelled “Clomid tablets” contains the substance …

The pharmacist at the centre of a counterfeit sildenafil scandal has again appealed to have his registration reinstated Mina Attia, the former owner of Shopsmart Wholesale pharmacies across Sydney, had his …

30 years for killing New Jersey pharmacist; NZ keeps codeine status quo; fake Fentanyl in Ontario Trenton, New Jersey: A man who shot and killed a New Jersey pharmacist has …

Prescribing and using pharmaceuticals is a matter of trust Bruce Baer Arnold, Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Canberra Prescribing and using pharmaceuticals is a matter of trust. Health service …

A NSW pharmacy owner and wholesaler has had his registration cancelled after purchasing and supplying counterfeit drugs that left sick children at risk Mr Mina Attia, the owner of Shopsmart Wholesale …