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Bangladesh a “pharmacy model” introduced to stop the sale of counterfeit drugs

medicineThe Drug Control Agency is “pharmacy model” introduce to prevent the sale of counterfeit medicines in Bangladesh.

Director-General for the administration of drugs (LDB) Major General Md Mustafizur Rahman said on Wednesday he had prepared a guide on the initiative “pilot”.

“We hope that” A “quality and pharmacies least 150 cover to 2000 year B ‘pharmacies this year,” he told a news conference in the LDB.

“These stores sell medicines that meet all standards, including the appointment of qualified pharmacists. We will brief clients about the drugs they sell. It is a public-private partnership,” he said.

“If successful, we will spread gradually in Bangladesh.”

It is expected that the measure to prevent the sale of counterfeit drugs or counterfeits.

The press conference was hosted by the recent Supreme Court decision on the cessation of production of all drugs from 20 pharmaceutical companies and 14 other people antibiotics.

The CEO said he had carried out the order, and stopped production.

Drug Administration has more than 120,000 licensed pharmacies throughout Bangladesh.

It assumes that “A” pharmacists pharmacies have graduate degrees, while the ‘B’ of pharmaceutical grade have, apart from structural differences.

A DGDA administrator Md Ruhul Amin, was present at the press conference.