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Over-the-counter pills like vitamin supplements, cough syrups and pain killers are being manufactured and circulated freely posing a huge risk to both India's image as well as public health....Maharashtra leads the rest in "fake" drug sales. Do you think without doctor's prescription are chemist allowed to make a sale as I feel its so risky especially schedule drug like "H"?????your comments???

Tags: money, health, politics & government
Asked by Farhaan, 18 Feb '13 04:19 pm
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Upon ever medicine foil itz written "Shedule L drug, - to be sold by retail on the prescription of a registered medical practitioner only" but this for statutory purpose......none obliges to such notifications...ppl here purchase cough syrups at the rate of Rs.20/- to use it as alcohol....everyday.....this happens in India...Life has no value here...
Answered by Pradipta pati, 18 Feb '13 04:28 pm

 
  
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