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Kenyan law could confuse counterfeits with generics

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Kenya's first ever anti-counterfeit bill, which will be officially gazetted next month (it was signed into law in January), may cause generic medicines to be seen erroneously as counterfeits. This is the view of Health Action International Africa, which represents a network of bodies campaigning for improved access to medicines.

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