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“Wonder Drugs” Continue On India Market Due To Lax Laws

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Supplements and other products touted as wonder drugs to cure most major diseases continue to be sold in India because of lax laws controlling the industry. A physician complained the country has no laws allowing regulation of food and dietary supplements, so claims for therapies for complicated diseases go unchallenged. India has its Drugs and Magic Remedies Act, but it is rarely enforced even though drug regulators have the authority to act against misleading advertisements. (Click here for more
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