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Making a Killing The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade

Ingly lucrative industry that is becoming an attractive arena for organized crime In this groundbreaking study Roger Bate traces pharmaceutical counterfeiting around the world from developed nations where counterfeits often target lifestyle drugs such as Viagra to developing countries where counterfeiters favor therapeutic medicines such as antimalarials and antibiotics Enforcement in developing nations is hampered by inadeuate education feeble regulation and sluggish policing of existing laws The United States is struggling to th.

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Wart an insidious Internet market Making a Killing The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade champions greater cooperation between wealthy and poor nations to uash the trade in counterfeit pharmaceuticals Bate calls for fortified policing resources harsher penalties for counterfeiters widespread public education and commonsense consumer vigilance against this danger Western policymakers must act immediately to uell the deadly counterfeit market in developing countries and to ensure the integrity of their products at ho.

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Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year Although most pervasive in poor countries counterfeit drug trafficking is a worrying new phenomenon in the developed world Payoffs for counterfeiters are high the global market amounts to billions of dollars per year and potential punishment is slight compared to the strict penalties facing narcotics dealers From Internet pharmacies freuented by American consumers to the back streets of New Delhi counterfeit drug trafficking is a complex deadly and increas.


1 thoughts on “Making a Killing The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade

  1. says:

    In the beginning of the book there were some interesting insights into who would use counterfeit drugs Towards the end the author made very broad vague statements as if the solutions were very straightforward and applicable to all countries mentioned in the book I guess I was expecting of an explanation but this at least has got me thinking I should read up on this larger issue

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