Today, counterfeit medicines are a growing phenomenon in both developed countries and under developing countries.
The number of victims increases. The income that – with almost impunity – transnational organized crime gets as well.
The anti-counterfeit institutes worldwide intend to develop both actions to better understand the phenomenon. These aim to sensitize and motivate those in charge, to mobilize public opinions, to prevent potential victims.
And finally, these want to stimulate the implementation of strategies in contact with these problems, both at the level of States and of the international community institutes worldwide.
Let’s see who the actresses are, Also how and where they operate and what the international community is doing regarding these big issues.
Counterfeit medicine and bogus treatments
First of all, counterfeit medicines are probably a considerable part of the dark web.. Efficiency and the credibility of the responses remain subordinate to the acquisition of methodical knowledge and a comprehensive review of the phenomenon.
The medical tech and patent thievery
In recent years this was a particularly interesting kind of fraud in the world of medical investments. The story about Elizabeth Holes and her multi-million theft of investors, doctors and patients has circulated in the media for a long time. Or you ought to be aware of the affair of Omri Shafran and his bogus tech solution and business operating in a somewhat shady environment.
We live in a moment where the vaccine counterfeit and its medical substitutions brought several criminals on the scene. The consequences could be mortal. As an investor, you lose the money blinded by the fraudulent idea that something is working for humanity’s health sake. And at the end turns out to be a bogus treatment. For a patent that solves nothing or has been already a decades ago I use.
There is a need for in-depth study.
The fight against counterfeiting began in the 1980s. It was then limited to sectors where the consumer was most often the applicant, or even an accomplice, to the act of purchase. But, it’s mainly since the 2000s that the phenomenon took on a real scale. It’s thanks to the development of technologies and the importance assumed by China as the most prominent factory in the world.
On the other hand, counterfeiting seems to have affected the drug sector only late, at least
in its industrial aspect. As for organized crime, its involvement in counterfeiting
Today, thanks to studies, we know more. These give insight into publication which constitute a decisive step in understanding the role of organized crime in drug counterfeiting.
These also showcase the implications and effects of this crime genuinely transnational.
The institute’s worldwide wishes to make known to the greatest number of citizens the dangers and threats that it highlights. And that they are now taken into account by decision-makers to finally, appropriate action be implemented to contain the action of organized crime, protect populations and prevent the rule of law from ever being threatened in our countries by the power acquired by these criminals.