Fears grow over rise in fake drugs
Health » Counterfeits are finding their way into the U.S. market.
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Clark said Pfizer’s anti-counterfeiting team around the world has seen a number of fake vaccines and biologic drugs sold in developing countries, not just pill-based drugs.
"They’re getting much more sophisticated," often getting ahold of legitimate vials that had held such medicines, from patients, trash cans or recycling operations, and then filling them with oil or water.
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