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eBook Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade download ISBN: 0844742643
Author: Roger Bate
Publisher: Aei Press; 1 edition (May 13, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 120
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Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. Although most pervasive in poor countries.

Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade Paperback – May 13, 2008. by. Roger Bate (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Making a Killing book. Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. Although most pervasive in poor countries, counterfeit drug trafficking is a worrying new phenomenon in the developed world. Payoffs for counterfeiters are high-the global market amounts to billions of dollars per year-and potential punishment is slight compared to the strict penalties facing na Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year.

In this groundbreaking study, Roger Bate traces the burgeoning international trade in counterfeit pharmaceuticals. My bibliography Save this book. Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade. Author & abstract. Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade," Books, American Enterprise Institute, number 43035, Winter. Handle: RePEc:aei:rpbook:43035.

The book explores the underground trade in illegal medicines, provides a firsthand . Prior to Phake, AEI Press published his book Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade in May 2008.

Prior to Phake, AEI Press published his book Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade in May 2008. In Making a Killing, Bate calls for stronger policing resources, harsher penalties for counterfeiters, widespread public education and consumer vigilance to deal with the proliferation of counterfeit drugs. Bate distinguishes between approved generic drugs and what he calls "pseudo-generics.

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For more analysis on the global threat of fake pharmaceuticals, read Roger Bate’s Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade (Washington: aei Press, 2008)

For more analysis on the global threat of fake pharmaceuticals, read Roger Bate’s Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade (Washington: aei Press, 2008). The World Health Organization offers counterfeit drug fact sheets, traveler warnings, and tips for spotting fakes on its Web site. More information on anticounterfeiting efforts can be found at the Web site of impact, a coalition of pharmaceutical companies, ngos, and national drug authorities.

Informationen zum Titel Making a Killing von Roger Bate [mit . Western policymakers must act immediately to quell the deadly counterfeit market in developing countries – and to ensure the integrity of their products at home.

Informationen zum Titel Making a Killing von Roger Bate Western policymakers must act immediately to quell the deadly counterfeit market in developing countries – and to ensure the integrity of their products at home. Biomedical, Consumer Health, Corrupt practices, Drug adulteration, Drug traffic

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Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. Although most pervasive in poor countries, counterfeit drug trafficking is a worrying new phenomenon in the developed world. Payoffs for counterfeiters are high―the global market amounts to billions of dollars per year―and potential punishment is slight compared to the strict penalties facing narcotics dealers. From Internet pharmacies frequented by American consumers to the back streets of New Delhi, counterfeit drug trafficking is a complex, deadly, and increasingly lucrative industry that is becoming an attractive arena for organized crime.In this groundbreaking study, Roger Bate traces pharmaceutical counterfeiting around the world, from developed nations, where counterfeits often target "lifestyle" drugs such as Viagra, to developing countries, where counterfeiters favor therapeutic medicines such as antimalarials and antibiotics. Enforcement in developing nations is hampered by inadequate education, feeble regulation, and sluggish policing of existing laws. The United States is struggling to thwart an insidious Internet market.Making a Killing: The Deadly Implications of the Counterfeit Drug Trade champions greater cooperation between wealthy and poor nations to quash the trade in counterfeit pharmaceuticals. Bate calls for fortified policing resources, harsher penalties for counterfeiters, widespread public education, and commonsense consumer vigilance against this danger. Western policymakers must act immediately to quell the deadly counterfeit market in developing countries―and to ensure the integrity of their products at home.