Tougher penalties on errant clinics


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  • Wednesday, 29 Nov 2006

PUTRAJAYA: Tougher penalties are in store for clinics that illegally sell certain types of psychotropic drugs. 

The Health Ministry is currently drafting amendments to the Poisons Act to provide stiffer punishment.  

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