Fake Avastin Traced To One Of Two Canadian Wholesalers Under Scrutiny
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A fake cancer drug that ended up in U.S. clinics has been traced as entering the supply route through Turkey and Egypt where it was sold to Swiss and Danish wholesalers and then to two Canadians and their wholesale companies.
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