Anti-Counterfeiting For Pharmaceuticals 2007

Venue: Philadelphia

Location: Philadelphia, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 29, 2007
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The sale of counterfeit drugs threaten public health and safety, undermine the economy, and fund organized crime and terrorism. According to the World Heath Organization, Over 10% of the global medicine market is estimated to be counterfeit. The Centre for Medicines in the Public Interest, in the United States has predicted counterfeit drug sales will increase more than 90% from 2005 to reach $75 billion globally by 2010.