Hong Kong Suspends Drug Maker License For Out-Dated Drugs
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Hong Kong authorities arrested four employees of Marching Pharmaceutical and suspended the firm's license for a month on grounds it sold out-of-date medicines. The Hong Kong police emphasized the 216 over-the-counter drugs, which also were ordered recalled, were low-risk products and posed no immediate danger. The Health Department said that documents the company submitted were inconsistent and called for the investigation. The drugs at issue were found to be on sale beyond their expiration dates. (Click here for more
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