Our 2018 information sheet summarizes recent counterfeit drug incidents in Indiana.

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A mother in Indiana recently spoke about the pain of losing her 24-year-old daughter to a counterfeit oxycodone pill that was made with carfentanil. She is warning others about the dangers of fake prescription pills because, “I’m trying one person at a time. I couldn’t save mine, but I can try to help save the next one”…

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Counterfeit Fentanyl Pills In Indiana Click here to read PSM’s Fentanyl 101. Since 2012, drug traffickers have been selling North Americans counterfeit medications made from fentanyl, a dangerous painkiller 25-40 times stronger than heroin, and even stronger synthetic opioids like carfentanil. The problem has spread to all 50 states, and many Americans have suffered overdoses…

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Rooting out fake online pharmacy links from University websites is an endless game of whack-a-mole for University network security officers. Ephemeral pharmacy web links appear and disappear constantly on major university websites. Inspired by one of their news gathering partners, Fox 59 News in Indianapolis, Indiana did a bit of checking with the help of…

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Indianapolis reporter Rafael Sanchez reports that bargain medications purchased online don’t come with a “danger disclaimer.” Reporting for 6News Indianapolis, Sanchez spoke with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy executive director Carmen Catizone, about the risks involved with purchasing medications from unlicensed fake pharmacies online. Said Catizone, “We found rat poison, lead paint, [and]…

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