Monday, 20 July 2009

Poles consume fake drugs filled with antifreeze

According to the World Health Organization, quoted by the Warsaw Business Journal, Poles spend as much as zł.100 million ($30m) on fake medicines every year.

"The kinds of drugs that are most often copied are impotence medicines and anabolic supplements, diet pills, and psychoactive drugs.

Despite the fact that many of the “fillers” in these drugs are safe placebos, inducing sugar, there are also some which list chemicals such as anti-freeze solutions and wood polish among their ingredients. "

photo credit

pharmaceuticals by Nuevo Anden.

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