Criminal falsification of medicines in EU
Adrian Victor Vevera ()
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Adrian Victor Vevera: Ministry of Communications and for Information Society
Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, pages 175-182
Falsified medicines (the term ‘falsified’ is used to distinguish the issue from IP violations, so-called ‘counterfeits’) are a major threat to public health and safety. As falsifications become more sophisticated, the risk that falsified medicines reach patients in the EU increases every year. Falsified medicines represent a serious threat to global health and call for a comprehensive strategy both at European and international level.
Keywords: “Falsified medicines”; “health”; “safety”; “European Union”; “international level” (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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