GPHF-Minilab in Haiti

A hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after a splush of counterfeit medications, has arranged a GPHF-Minilab. Its main objective is to help detect fake medications.

The GPHF-Minilab was definitely created by the Global Pharma Health Fund. It is a charitable institution maintained by German drugmaker Merck KGaA. It helps detect counterfeit and fake medications.

The hospital’s chief pharmacist is Cajuste Romel. he specializes in rapid drug quality verification. He is now maintained by a team of specialists. This group is summoned from the Bonn-based Senior Experts Service. It is a non-profit organisation. It assists retired specialists to transfer their skills and knowledge to others.

The Saint Damien hospital provides free treatment for 20.000 people every year and is maintained by the private aid scheme Our Small Brothers and Sisters (Karlsruhe).

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