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December 6, 2017

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Dangerous medicines

Every year, many people in Pakistan die from using fake medicines. The counterfeit market of the country is worth more than $400 billion. No quality control and a lack of supervision is the main reason for the open sale of fake medicines.
It seems that the authorities cannot exercise their powers. The sale of these medicines is not limited to Pakistan. In fact, many profiteers sell these medicines online to countries in the West. The need of the hour is to trace every market where such practices are being carried out. Those involved in this form of criminal activity should be given strict punishments.
Shakir H Shamim
Shamimabad

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