Pharmaceutical company highlights dangers of counterfeit drugs

(From left) Prof Zulkifli, McKendry, Dr Salmah and MPS president Amrahi Buang.

PFIZER Malaysia has launched a public awareness campaign called “Spot the Fake” to highlight the dangers of counterfeit medicines.

The Spot the Fake campaign is organised together with the Health Ministry, Malaysian Urological Association (MUA) and the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society (MPS) to encourage the public to go to the right channels for medicines.

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