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Universal HPLC Analysis for Counterfeit Medication: A Partnership of Purdue University and the Kilimanjaro School of Pharmacy
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement
Counterfeit drugs pose a serious problem in Tanzania and other countries in Africa. These drugs are very similar to the real product in size, shape, and packaging. However, counterfeit drugs have less to none of the active pharmaceutical ingredient, rendering them essentially useless. Patients and medical practitioners often are unable to distinguish between the real medication and the counterfeit version, meaning that a patient's condition may go untreated. Research conducted by the Globaldoi:10.5703/1288284315692 fatcat:lz2chstbqbgmfcnv3sxewcyxti