Society: Fiji needs to monitor consumers

Clandestine Lab at Laucala Beach in 2004. Picture: Supplied

THE Fiji Pharmaceutical Society (FPS) says Fiji should implement monitoring mechanisms to help identify consumers who purchase medicine from pharmacies with the intention of sourcing or manufacturing illicit and synthetic drugs such as methamphetamine. This follows concerns over the possibility of scrupulous local pharmacists supplying organised criminal groups and individuals with precursor chemicals used to […]

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