Who really operates online pharmacies and where do the drugs come from?
On Tuesday, March 19th, at 2pm EST, FDA hosted a webinar addressing how the agency’s Office of Criminal Investigations protects our public health by investigating and bringing to justice individuals who seek to profit from selling substandard or counterfeit drugs to U.S. consumer via seemingly legitimate online pharmacies. Special Agent Daniel Burke, the Senior Operations Manager in Charge of Cybercrime Investigations for the Office of Criminal Investigations detailed several recent investigations and highlighted how FDA leverages international partnerships as a tool in fighting transnational organized crime networks on the internet.
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