High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A counterfeit
medication or a counterfeit drug is a medication or pharmaceutical
product which is produced and sold with the intent to deceptively
represent its origin, authenticity or effectiveness. Generic drug
products or drug products whose only violation is that of patent
laws are not counterfeit drug products. A counterfeit drug may
contain inappropriate quantities of active ingredients, may be
improperly processed within the body (e.g., absorption by the
body), or may contain ingredients that are not on the label (which
may or may not be harmful), and is often sold with inaccurate,
incorrect, or fake packaging and labeling. Medicines which are
deliberately mislabeled in order to deceive consumers are therefore
counterfeit. A drug which has not received regulatory approval is
not necessarily a counterfeit. Counterfeit drugs are also related
to Pharma Fraud.
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Frederic P. Miller
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• John McBrewster
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