Two Arrested In Tokyo For Selling Counterfeit ED Drugs
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Tokyo police arrested Takashi Uehara and another man for violating the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law and selling counterfeit erectile dysfunction drugs that were imported from China. Police authorities have confiscated 11,000 such tablets from their homes. Uehara was arrested Oct. 29 for stocking fake Cialis (tadalafil). According to the investigation, the two suspects bought the counterfeit ED drugs through brokers and then sold them to multiple retailers. They pocketed ¥500 million in sales in seven years. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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