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Large quantities of counterfeit medicines are being sold through pharmacies and on the internet in Indonesia, the body representing pharmacists in the country has warned. 

Signs and packages of fake medicines such as Viagra and Valium for sale on the streets. The Indonesian Pharmacists Association is concerned about the prevalence of fake drugs distribution hubs in Jakarta, Surabaya, East Java, and Medan, North Sumatra. (EPA Photo)

According to the Indonesian Pharmacists Association (IAI), there are fake drugs distribution hubs in Jakarta, Surabaya, East Java, and Medan, North Sumatra.

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