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US researchers have created a paper-based tool known as a paper analytical device (PAD) that can test for counterfeit or degraded medicines and costs only around a dollar to produce

Drug degradation products are associated with specific colour changes on the card, which can be used to detect counterfeits

Source  Barbara Johnston