June 17, 2024: FL continues to spend money on Canadian drug importation that doesn’t import medicine; GLP-1 phishing scams increase

June 20, 2024
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Florida still has not imported a single pill, patients seeking GLP-1 medicines at increased risk from phishing scams, the counterfeit medicine news from three other countries.

Eli Lilly issues new alert about fake and dangerous compounded weight loss injectables

June 20, 2024

“Lilly Warns Patients About Counterfeit and Compounded Medicines Releases Open Letter and Takes Further Legal Action Against Counterfeit, Fake, Unsafe, and Untested Products”

June 10, 2024: U.S. drug shortages in 2023 and more counterfeit Ozempic seized

June 13, 2024

The FDA published its annual drug shortage report for 2023, CBP in Cincinnati seized multiple shipments of fake Ozempic, and international counterfeit medicine stories out of six different countries.

PSM Testimony: NY state bill AB 7954 (Wholesale Canadian drug importation)

June 11, 2024

PSM submitted a letter to leaders in the New York State legislature opposing a legislative proposal (AB 7954) to setup a wholesale Canadian drug importation program. The bill died right before end of session.

PSM alerts public to criminal medicine activity on gay dating apps

June 5, 2024

PSM and ADAP Advocacy launched a campaign today about the dangers of medicine diversion criminals operating on gay dating apps such as Grindr. Learn more and report the crime on our campaign page.

June 3, 2024: CAST Act introduced in the Senate

June 3, 2024

The CAST Act introduced in the Senate. More lawsuits against copycat Wegovy sellers. Pill presses seized in multiple countries. Read about these and other stories in our weekly counterfeit medicine news roundup.

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