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The “spurious drugs” gene and its pervasiveness

S Srinivasan

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.049


The reports of a racket in spurious and expired drugs operating in Tamil Nadu have thrown up several issues akin to the Indian Premier League. In the latter case, suddenly, after the one wrong tweet, skeletons tumbled out from nowhere and people who would have known about it, and who were probably accomplices just by their silence and inaction, were heard crying “Thief!”

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