Ministry: Rumors on fake cancer medication ‘untrue’
The Ministry of Health dismissed as “untrue” rumors on the administrating of fake cancer drugs. The Ministry said in a statement yesterday that a committee was formed to investigate the matter. After examination, the committee proved that all cancer medication that was described as “fake” on social media had undergone technical and bioequivalence testing before they were registered at the Ministry as “fit” for cancer medication.
Cancer therapists also stressed that no complications or side effects have been recorded on those who have been taking these medications. The committee pointed out that the medicines were purchased in accordance to regulations by GCC joint tender for drugs and healthcare products and European Medicines Agency (EMA). The Ministry urged the public to disregard these rumors that attempt to impact health security in the country, emphasizing that the Ministry is administrating the best and safest medications.