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Authorities in Kenya have destroyed more than 65,000 kilos of counterfeit drugs, valued at more than KSh40 million ($392,000).
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Kenya, counterfeit, pharmaceuticals, Kenya’s Ministry of Health, Pharmacy and Poisons Board, Nicholas Muraguri