Gilead says a network of suppliers and distributors sold tens of thousands of fake versions of its HIV meds
Gilead has accused a network of unauthorized drug suppliers and distributors of selling counterfeit versions of its HIV meds, some of which ended up in US pharmacies, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
Over the last two years, Gilead says the distributor defendants sold 85,246 bottles of Gilead meds (including its HIV meds Biktarvy and Descovy) with counterfeit documentation — some of which had tampered bottles, or contained an entirely different drug.
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