UAE warns the public against buying unlicensed medicines online
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, October 23 - 2012 at 00:57
The UAE health ministry has warned consumers against buying unauthorised medical products and devices from suspicious websites as they are in violation of the country's laws, Gulf News has reported. The ministry said it would encourage consumers to investigate the credibility of website offers by checking whether the products are registered with the ministry and/or allowed for circulation in the country, as unregistered products could be misleading, unsafe and even life threatening.
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