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The WHO Prequalification Program

The work of the WHO Prequalification Program helps to ensure that counterfeit medications are not entered pharmacies. This is achieved through a thorough assessment of pharmaceutical products , inspection of…

Fake Antimalarials Threaten Millions

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), counterfeit medicines are found everywhere in the world. These are drugs from toxic substances, as well as drugs that are not working. 700,000…

Counterfeit Drug Issues in South and Southeast Asia

Counterfeit medicinal products can have a serious impact on human health, the body’s resistance to adverse environmental influences, as well as on the work and profitability of pharmaceutical companies. Therefore,…

E-Medicine in Different Countries

Countries that already use a unified system of electronic medical records (EMR) are Austria, France, Israel, Japan, Singapore, Estonia, Finland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden. Partially (not throughout) EMR operates in the…

WHO Recommendations on Drugs’ Safety

The main WHO health priority is to protect the people from the harm caused by low-quality, counterfeit medications. The main objective of the WHO organization is to prevent the entry…

TruScan Role in Nigerian Counterfeit Fight

The Business Monitor International (BMI) Q210 Update related to pharmaceutical business valuations for the Middle East and Africa region (MEA) reports that Nigeria remains third from the end – among…

Viagra, Levitra and Cialis are Safe Not for Everyone

Although drugs to eliminate erectile dysfunction (impotence) can help many people, not all men can safely take them. Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are contraindicated if you have: heart problems, including…