WHO – Fake Medicines Have Likely Caused Deaths Of Thousands of Children

The World Health Organization, or WHO, has recently announced in a new study, that up to 11% of all medications in developing countries are fraudulent; they are also likely responsible for the deaths of thousands of children.  Experts looking into the problem have found that drugs treating malaria and bacterial infections make up for most of the fake drugs in circulation.  These drugs, which can be extremely potent to the user, also accounts for the money spent in distribution through the economy.  Countries spend millions on these fake drugs, oblivious to their dangerous identity.

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