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Unregistered medicines valued at RM 830, 663 seized in Malaysia during Operation PANGEA VIII 2015

Pharmacy Enforcement Division, Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia alongside 236 other enforcement agencies from 115 countries took part in a global operation from the 9th until 16th of June 2015, targeting the criminal network behind the sale of fake medicines via the internet. During the operation, 20.1 million harmful medicines worth approximately RM300.9 million (81.1 million USD) was seized worldwide.

World Pharmacist Day - 25 September 2014

With slogan "ACCESS TO PHARMACISTS IS ACCESS TO HEALTH".

Consumers Cautioned Against Using Cosmetic Product Containing Scheduled Poison

The cosmetic products above have been tested and found to contain scheduled poison hydroquinone and tretinoin, which are prohibited in cosmetic products. These products are no longer allowed to be sold in Malaysia.

Seminar on Vetting of Medicine Advertisement

Pharmaceutical Services Division and Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society cordially invite you to "Seminar on Vetting of Medicine Advertisement" commencing on 29th October 2013 (Healthcare Services Advertisement Session) and 3rd December 2013 (Medicinal Product Advertisement Session) at Pharmaceutical Services Division, Petaling Jaya. 

Please download the registration form for more info.

8th National Pharmacy R&D Conference 2014

Consumers Cautioned Against Using Cosmetic Product Containing Scheduled Poison

The public is advised to avoid buying and using the following cosmetic product:

No. Product Name Notification No. Poison Detected Notification Holder Manufacturer
1.

Aveana Night Revival Cream

NOT110404581K Tretinoin

Owi Lab (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Beware of Medicines Purchased Online

Please be careful when purchasing medicine or  food for health through the Internet. Do check and verify the status and identity of the seller and products sold before making any purchase.  Kindly ensure the medicine has been approved by the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Do not be easily influenced by food products that have medical claims as if they are medicines. Products without a valid approval can be dangerous and  its safety, quality and efficacy is doubtful

Purchasing medicine online may put you and your family's health at risk.

Global Anti-counterfeiting Awards 2013, Paris, 28 May 2013

The Ministry of Health Malaysia has taken several initiatives in protecting the public from dangerous and counterfeit medicines. These exceptional efforts have been accorded international recognition with the presentation of the “Global Anti-Counterfeiting Award 2013” in the public sector category by the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group Network (GACG), an international anti-counterfeit organization based in London, UK. The award was presented in conjunction with the World Anti-Counterfeiting Day organized by Union des Fabricans in Paris, France on the 28th of May 2013.

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