SFDA exposes 14 illegal drug websites

SFDA exposes 14 illegal drug websites

The State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) recently issued 2010 Second Safety Warning Announcement Regarding Buying Medicines Online and exposed 14 websites releasing false drug information and selling counterfeit or substandard drugs. SFDA has turned the illegal websites over to relevant authorities to investigate and punish according to law.

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