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Roche India's Efforts To Curb Fake Drugs Gain Popularity

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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NEW DELHI - While the global pharmaceutical industry struggles to arrive at a consensus on a new definition of counterfeit drugs, pharmaceutical company Roche India has introduced a cost-effective technology to tackle the problem called 'mass serialisation' that is fast gaining popularity among customers, say company officials

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