Pakistan Pharmas Shut Punjab Plants To Protest Drug-Regulator Ruling
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Pakistan's pharmaceutical industry has united in shutting its doors in the province of Punjab to protest a decision by the nation's central drug laboratory to issue a forensic report blaming the makers for deaths tied to Tyno Syrup.
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