20,000 unlicensed impotence medicines seized in MHRA raid
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The UK MHRAhas seized around 20,000 unlicensed medicines consisting of erectile dysfunction products, Kamagra tablets and jellies. The agency estimates the medicines, which have not been assessed for safety, efficacy and quality, to be worth £50,000.
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