China Health Ministry Says Nearly 2,000 Detained In Fake-Drug Sweep
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chinese authorities said they detained nearly 2,000 people during a national crackdown on counterfeit drugs, confiscating more than $180 million worth of fake products and destroying about 1,000 production facilities.
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