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Monday, November 30, 2009

Pfizer and MHRA Pushing the Boat Out With Message

It would appear that there is a lot of money being splashed around by pharma giants Pfizer with regard to them 'helping' curb the popularity of people buying prescription drugs online.

The latest, in what seems to be a massive PR exercise, sees a new website called, 'REALDANGER. Get Real, Get a Prescription.'

The venture is led by Pfizer but has gained the support of, amongst others, the MHRA.

One would think that the MHRA have more important things to deal with, if their yellow card adverse reports are to be believed.

The latest number of reported reactions for Seroxat is 32,100 with a reported 169 deaths.

The image Pfizer are using to promote this initiative could also be used for those 169 people.


Image: realdanger.co.uk

Forgive me for being cynical but I do think the MHRA seriously need to get their house in order before they start proclaiming that 'fake drugs' are inferior to the ones that are currently under licence from them!

**Pfizer are the makers of Viagra, a drug that has been targeted by counterfeiters online.

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