African leaders.

And Europe – found mainly as ‘lifestyle medicines’ purchased on the internet – some research have suggested that a lot of malaria drugs and other essential treatments for significant illnesses in parts of Africa and Asia are fake and killing patients,’ the Financial Situations writes. ‘Informal co-operation is not enough,’ Chirac said in a written declaration. ‘Fake medicines have become a real market that is poised to overtake that for narcotics. It is essential to mobilise fine parts of society.’ During the conference, the leaders prepared to charm to the U.N. To ‘fight fake medications by imposing challenging penalties, strengthening manufacturing and distribution handles and improving awareness,’ the newspaper writes .The firms mentioned above that provide fake peer testimonials all result from China and countries in Southeast Asia, and most of the authors involved in these full cases result from the same areas. But it would be a mistake to check out this as a Chinese or Asian problem. The problem is the perverse incentive systems in scientific publishing. Provided that authors are rewarded for publishing many content articles and editors are rewarded for publishing them quickly, new ways of gaming the traditional publication versions will be invented quicker than new control measures can be put in place.

Reza Fazel, M.D., M.Sc., Harlan M.