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How fraudulent online drug sellers are making the opioid epidemic worse
- At: 2018 FIP Congress in Glasgow (Scotland)
- Type: Poster
- By: LEVINE, Gertrude (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy)
- Co-author(s): Carmen Catizone: National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, Mount Prospect, United States
Gertrude Levine: National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, Mount Prospect, United States
BackgroundSeveral popular controlled substances, including opioids, connected with recent overdose deaths have been found to be counterfeit and contain fentanyl. Illegal online drug sellers notoriously sell falsified and counterfeit medicine. Some enforcement authorities point to these sites as contributors to the opioid epidemic.
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Last update 4 October 2019