Drug tampering | definition of drug tampering by Medical dictionary
The inappropriate or illegal alteration of a drug formulated under specified conditions. Drug tampering may occur either during manufacture or at the pharmacy before its distribution to the consumer
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drug tampering Clinical pharmacology The inappropriate or illegal alteration of a drug formulated under specified conditions; DT may occur either at the manufacturer or at the pharmacy before its distribution to the consumer. See Tylenol™ incident.
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District attorneys said their staffs with already heavy workloads are being pressed into service to deal with thousands of convictions called into question by the drug tampering
and defective testing problems.
He currently faces drug tampering
charges, and dozens of patients tested positive for hepatitis C.
Since 2000, reports of drug tampering
and counterfeiting increased substantially, alarming the nearly $200 billion pharmaceutical industry.
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