Case Of Mistaken Identity? South Korea Begins Sweep Of Unlicensed Salesmen Posing As Pharmacists
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - Days after the launch of the Korean version of the U.S. FDA's Consumer Safety Inspector, Korea FDA is moving to clamp down on the widespread practice of drugstores staffing unlicensed employees to sell drugs as pharmacists
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