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UK asks: which prescription drugs are least likely to be falsified?

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Executive Summary

Which prescription medicines are least likely to be falsified, and which non-prescription drugs are most at risk? That's what the UK regulator, the MHRA, would like to know as it prepares to draw up its proposed "black" and "white" lists of products that in future either should or should not carry the "safety feature" required by the EU falsified medicines Directive (FMD).






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