MEP rejects calls for bar codes to stop fake drugs
Policy makers who want to stop the sale of fake drugs should focus on introducing criminal sanctions against counterfeiters tougher rather than introducing high-tech measures such as serialisation, an MEP has said
Antonyia Parvanova, vice-chair of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe grouping of MEPs, told an event at the European Parliament organised by the European Generic Medicines Association (EGA) last week that technology should only be considered as...
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