Many people are diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) and rely on medicines such as Adderall to assist them in making it through the day. Because it's not only a popular medication to help with ADD and ADHD as well as a drug that often gets misused by those looking to focus more, the US Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about counterfeit medication being made and sold on the Internet.
The FDA was alerted to this fake drug ring by Teva Pharmaceuticals after a consumer, who noticed misspellings on the fake product packaging, notified Teva Pharmaceuticals. Those who work in pharmacy careers urge customers to be extra careful when buying medication online. “It is very important that patients purchase product through legitimate channels,” Bradley said. “Websites that do not require prescriptions are not reputable,” said Denise Bradley, Teva's Pharmaceutical Vice President.
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