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Global Alert Issued Over Fake Ozempic Drugs

WORLDWIDE – The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a global alert regarding counterfeit Ozempic, a drug popularly used for weight loss despite being intended primarily for type-2 diabetes treatment.

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WORLDWIDE – The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a global alert regarding counterfeit Ozempic, a drug popularly used for weight loss despite being intended primarily for type-2 diabetes treatment.

WHO emphasized the health risks posed by these fake medicines and advised obtaining Ozempic only through reputable sources like doctors, cautioning against online and social media purchases.

The active ingredient not only helps control blood sugar in diabetics but also reduces appetite, making it sought after for weight loss by non-diabetics.

Rising reports of counterfeit batches have prompted seizures worldwide.

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