Feds Arrest Canadian Online Pharmacy Pioneer for Selling Fake Drugs

Published: Jun 15, 2012

Here's what's making health news this morning: Canadian Web Drug Pioneer Arrested (WSJ): In a sign of a stepped-up crackdown on the illegal pharmaceutical trade, U.S. authorities arrested Andrew Strempler, a pioneer of the Canadian Internet pharmacy industry, on charges related to the sale of foreign and counterfeit medicines, according to officials in Miami. FDA Warns Against Korean Seafood (WSJ): Regulators are urging stores and restaurants in the U.S. to stop selling imported Korean oysters, clams, mussels and some types of scallops because they may have been exposed to human fecal waste and are potentially contaminated with norovirus.

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