This report is an extract from the deliverable D2.1 of the project MEDITHEFT. This report aims at providing an update on the current status of theft of medicines and medical devices in the EU including: (a) the identification and analysis of the main criminal schemes adopted by criminals to steal and re-sell pharmaceutical products (b) an analysis of the regulatory framework across EU Member States

Dugato, M., Sidoti, C., The theft of medicines in the EU. Key results of the MEDI-THEFT project about the current status of the theft of medicines in the EU and the most relevant and common criminals’ modi operandi., Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan 2022:2022 25 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/217684]

The theft of medicines in the EU. Key results of the MEDI-THEFT project about the current status of the theft of medicines in the EU and the most relevant and common criminals’ modi operandi.

Dugato
Primo
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Marco; Sidoti
Secondo
2022

Abstract

This report is an extract from the deliverable D2.1 of the project MEDITHEFT. This report aims at providing an update on the current status of theft of medicines and medical devices in the EU including: (a) the identification and analysis of the main criminal schemes adopted by criminals to steal and re-sell pharmaceutical products (b) an analysis of the regulatory framework across EU Member States
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Monografia o trattato scientifico
Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Dugato, M., Sidoti, C., The theft of medicines in the EU. Key results of the MEDI-THEFT project about the current status of the theft of medicines in the EU and the most relevant and common criminals’ modi operandi., Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan 2022:2022 25 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/217684]
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