FDA Warns Online Drug Buyers Of Fake Generic Valium

Law360, New York (July 6, 2015, 1:23 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned patients who fill presciptions online for diazepam, the generic version of anti-anxiety medication Valium, that counterfeits pills have surfaced in Central Africa that can cause acute contractions of the face, tongue and neck.

The counterfeit tablets are "light yellow in color, scored across the center of the tablet on one side and bear the letters AGOG on the other side," the FDA says. (Credit: FDA) The FDA cited a World Health Organization report that in the last six months, more than 400 patients in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have suffered the facial...

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