Nigerians want death penalty for drug fakers; J&J faces federal probe;

> A Nigerian group has called on the National Assembly to pass a law calling for the death penalty for drug counterfeiters.  News

> Johnson & Johnson can now add a federal grand jury investigation to the fallout list from its Tylenol recall. Report

> Asthma inhalers stolen from GlaxoSmithKline are beginning to appear in U.S. pharmacies. Story

> Eisai plans to move production of its Alzheimer's drug Aricept to India, in the first such move by a Japanese pharma company. Article

> A five-year expansion project at CMO Ash Stevens in Detroit will boost production by 50 to 80 percent. Article

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