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Woman arrested for illegally selling prescription drugs online, Thursday January 3, 2013
Jan 3 2013, 04:06 PM
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Source: Sing Tao News
Translated by: SourBlue@http://asianuniverse.net/forums
The Department of Health and the Police, arrested a 26 year old woman in a joint collaborated operation in Cheung Sha Wan. The woman is alleged in illegally selling a drug named, "Tat Ying" on the internet; this drug contains Part I poisons.
The Department of Health, found relevant drugs on online auction websites. During the operation, a woman was arrested by the police for illegal sale of Part I category poisons.
"Tat ying", contains cyproterone and ethinyl estradiol, that belong to Part I poisons, which are used to treat women with severe acne caused by excessive male hormones. This product is a prescription drug, and should only be used under the direction of a doctor or claimed from a pharmacy with a doctor's prescription.
The spokesperson from the Department of Health urged the public to not purchase or use products from unknown sources.
The Department of Health is currently investigating.
This post has been edited by SourBlue: Jan 3 2013, 04:06 PM
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