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Pharmacists Syndicate hold the Egyptian pharmaceutical company responsible for the smuggling of
Pharmacists Syndicate hold the Egyptian pharmaceutical company responsible for the smuggling of "Tamiflu"
The statement emphasized that Dr Ahmed Ramy from the Syndicate demanded that the Egyptian pharmaceuticalcompany must be held accountable for the smuggling since the only possibility for the drugs to be smuggled was through the warehouses or from abroad.
Monday, October 5,2009 17:46
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Allegations by the Pharmacists Syndicate's spokesman Dr Magdy Hassan  were met by shock when during a conference on Sunday October 4, he revealed that the drug "Tamiflu" which is used to cure Swine Flu  was being smuggled to pharmacists through illegal and illegitimate channels. The Syndicate held the Egyptian pharmaceutical company  responsible claiming that it was the only company which had access to the drug.

The statement emphasized that Dr Ahmed Ramy from the Syndicate demanded that  the Egyptian pharmaceuticalcompany must be held accountable for the smuggling since the only possibility for the drugs to be smuggled was through the warehouses or from abroad.

During the conference it was stated that the "Nile Dug Company" was the only company which manufactured the drug and the illegal smuggling of it to numbered pharmacies  would only result in chaos and havoc endangering the lives of citizens since it was the only drug which could cure both Swine and Bird Flu.

 

tags: H1N1 / Swine Flu / Tamiflu / H1N1 / Egypt / Health / Swine Flu / Bird Flu / Tamiflu
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