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21/28 June 2014, Vol 292, No 7815/6

Editorial

Counterfeit medicine

Fit to sell over the counter

Men with erectile dysfunction often turn to the internet to avoid having to ask for treatment from their doctors. The catch is that counterfeit medicines are rife online — the likelihood of men obtaining dodgy pills is high. 

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