The pharmacy and poisons board will introduce a handheld electronic device to screen for counterfeit drugs at the borders. The world health organization has estimated that as much as 30 per cent of drugs in the market are counterfeit and that malaria, Tuberculosis and HIV drugs are the most counterfeited.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Efforts to Beat Fake Drugs BeginsBy Maureen Waruinge, 11 November 2012
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