The EU has seized 34 million fake tablets in just two months, the European industry commissioner said. This is scary. These tablets are being sold, because there is a market for them. They possible even look like the real thing, but they get sold in places other than pharmacies, such as on street corners and dodgy internet sites.
Fake tablets are downright dangerous and have not been subjected to the stringent testing which is par for the course for other medication. If you want to save money, rather opt for generics – and these are available from you pharmacy and they're the real thing. In short, be careful what you swallow. And that goes for tall stories too.
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