Faked data and lack of transparency plague global drug manufacturing

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Who cheats on tests? Some foreign drug makers do. Several dozen companies have been caught in the act, fabricating data used by Health Canada and other regulators to approve drugs for sale in the Canadian, U.S. and European markets. Western inspectors have found pages of important data buried under rubble. They’ve found evidence of erased computer records and falsified human blood tests. And those are just the examples they’ve witnessed. The data fraud is happening across the international pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.

Read the full article at CBC News.