Larger dimensions in cancer drug fraud?



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Pharmacists: Larger Dimensions in Cancer Fraud? Is pharmacist fraud in Germany bigger than expected? According to the radio station NDR Info, the Mannheim public prosecutor's office is still investigating employees of a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Furthermore, the public prosecutor's office in Braunschweig is investigating a pharmacist who is said to have turned over 1.6 million euros.

(21.04.2010) Is pharmacist fraud in Germany bigger than expected? According to the radio broadcaster NDR Info, the Mannheim public prosecutor's office is still investigating employees of a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Furthermore, the public prosecutor's office in Braunschweig is investigating a pharmacist who is said to have turned over 1.6 million euros.

According to NDR Info, the pharmaceutical manufacturer Sanofi-Aventis reported in Mannheim at the end of last year for violations of patent and trademark laws. Another pharmaceutical manufacturer is said to have brought pharmaceuticals to Germany from abroad and sold them here. This is also the accusation that has been in the room against some 70 German pharmacists for a few days. They are said to have sold cancer drugs - so-called cytostatics - with the same mesh, which in some cases were said to be ineffective or ineffective. According to Christina Arnold, the prosecutor in Mannheim, there are connections between the two investigations.

Apart from the possible damage to health that cancer patients can suffer from ineffective means, the statutory health insurance funds and the pharmaceutical company Sanofi-Aventis have suffered financial damage. Because in the past, pharmacists are said to have bought foreign ingredients for cancer drugs cheaply and billed to the health insurance companies at the more expensive, usual tariff. The Techniker Krankenkasse (TK) and the AOK Lower Saxony put the resulting damage at "double-digit millions". (TF)

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