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EFPIA Trumpets EU-Wide Solution To Drug Theft After Italian Report

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Executive Summary

Europe is largely ignoring drugs theft while focusing on medicines counterfeiting, but a new Italian report could spur stakeholders to unify behind EFPIA's supply chain tracking system.

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