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  1. Zaprenz
    BBC NEWS

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6999160.stm

Comments

  1. Alfa
    It's amazing what journalists BS will quote and publish. Quite insulting to the readers IMO.
  2. Zaprenz
    ^Quite!

    There was a documentary recently on food hygeine by two of the big food retailers in the UK.

    That really did involve eating chicking & microwave meals etc which had been on the floor, where employers had walked straight from the toilets. That warehouse was blamed for many cases of food poisoning. The documentary included many others cases caught on hidden camera which were quite disturbing. :eek:

    Fake drugs don't have a perfect reputation but your probably more likely to get these kind of problems at your local supermarket!

    Agreed its the more serious counterfeit drugs (which contain different compounds, impurities) which are the problem but that tends to be bad for repeat business which can be where the money is [Well it certainly is for the big pharmaceutical companies]

    Possibly this wouldn't be such a serious problem if people in power tried to have complete control on what chemicals ARE & AREN'T allowed inside an individuals body.
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