Health Ministry warns of fake heart medicine

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July 17, 2007 18:45

 
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A fake version of the heart medicine Dimiton has recently been discovered in Israel, the Health Ministry announced Tuesday. Any patients who have 6.25 mg. doses of Dimiton from lot #504038 have been asked to return the medicine to the pharmacy where it was purchased, where they will be given replacement medication. The following hotline has also been set up to answer patients' questions: 09-8639999.

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