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The National Committee on IP Rights of the Philippines prevented more than PHP455 million ($8.7 million) worth of counterfeit medicines and personal care products from reaching consumers in the first seven months of this year.
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National Committee on IP Rights of the Philippines, counterfeit medicines, National Bureau of Investigation, Food and Drug Administration, IPoH