Increase in illegal imports of nasal sprays and laxatives
Swissmedic is issuing an urgent warning regarding slimming products and other supposedly natural products
Due to a potential health risk, Swissmedic has issued a ban on the sale and distribution of lozenges containing sodium chlorite.
Sodium chlorite products in the form of lozenges pose a considerable risk to health
The marketing of products such as teas containing senna leaves and/or senna pods as foodstuffs is prohibited in Switzerland.
Ten years ago, Switzerland was one of the first states to sign the Medicrime Convention.
COVID-19: increase in illegally imported medicinal products
Authorities worldwide have been checking for criminal online sales of medicines in a coordinated operation
Licence holders required to check suppliers more rigorously
If you purchase medicines or vaccines from an unregulated source you are putting your health at risk
llegal importation of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)
Brazil is banning imports of medicinal products from three Turkish wholesalers due to trading in falsified medicinal products
Experts worldwide warn against taking MMS
Falsified Soliris 300 mg, batch 1000706, EXP. 07/2021 (The Swiss market is not affected)
Officially licensed and controlled distribution channels are the only guarantee of safe, flawless-quality medicines
Potentially inferior-quality products are increasingly being offered in Switzerland too
In Schottland sind Fälschungen des Tierarzneimittels Micotil 300mg/ml Solution for Injection entdeckt worden.
Swissmedic is issuing an urgent warning regarding the slimming products Esillaa and Alpiflor Tea
Swissmedic is issuing a warning regarding the slimming product
Swissmedic laboratory inspects illegal shipments of medicinal products in which tadalafil is the declared active substance
Swissmedic is issuing a warning regarding the slimming product Esillaa.
Successful operation against illegal online sales
Dietary supplement with vitamins as liquid concentrate
Counterfeit packs of the preparation Harvoni® have been discovered in Israel. The Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products Swissmedic is working with other European authorities to establish whether Harvoni® packs with counterfeit contents have also been imported into other countries.
Warning concerning the dangers of capsules sold on the website of "The Diennet Institute" (www.diennet.com)
This year's "PANGEA VIII" week of action to combat illegal trading in medicines online
Swissmedic has analysed 61 illegally imported slimming products to establish their contents. The outcome is perturbing.
National medicines regulators, police and customs have extensively collaborated in this global campaign.
Die Anwendung von Tierarzneimitteln muss die Bestimmungen des Gesundheitsrechts erfüllen.
Results of the analysis carried out in the Swissmedic laboratory