Access to Safe Medicines Announcement

We are happy to announce we will be exhibiting at the Access to Safe Medicines Global Forum in London on April 2nd-4th!

The Global Forum on Access to Safe Medicines provides a valuable meeting point for all those involved in tackling counterfeit, diverted and other unsafe medicines.

Now in its 8th year, the conference began as the Global Forum on Pharmaceutical AntiCounterfeiting, with the first conference held in Geneva in 2002.

The agenda explores many international strategies and technologies designed to address:

  • Drug Diversion and Counterfeiting
  • Out-of-date and Badly Stored Drugs
  • The Safety of Online Medicines
  • False Labeling
  • Supply Chain Security

Since 2002, there has been an increase in awareness of the dangers of counterfeit medicines in the pharmaceutical industry, national drug regulators, law enforcement agencies, international organizations and healthcare professionals have never been more active in combating fake medicines and medical devices.

Nonetheless, the problem persists and may even be on the rise in many parts of the world, including the Americas and Europe. So the question is no longer “What is the nature of the problem?” but “How do we collaborate to combat the problem and what is the best way to do so?”.

With its established and exceptional mix of stakeholder participation, the Global Forum on Access to Safe Medicines provides an ideal forum to discuss these questions. Collaboration between the pharmaceutical industry, DRAs, customs and police, pharmacists, doctors, nurses, policy makers and patients is now generally recognized as essential for the most effective policies to combat fakes. 

The conference not only brings these groups together, but also adds another essential stakeholder element: suppliers of anti-counterfeiting services and technologies. This makes the Global Forum a unique opportunity to see the latest in anti-counterfeiting technologies and to hear how they are – or could be – applied by individual companies, DRAs or consortia. Source 

For information on how to come see us at this exciting event, click here 

For more information on how brand owners and consumers alike can curb the issue of counterfeit websites and products, please click here


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