Probe Health Ministry medicines supply cartel, MACC urged

Modified 14 Jun 2018, 5:53 am

Doctors groups are calling on the MACC to probe allegations that a cartel of 20 companies is controlling the supply of pharmaceutical drugs to the Health Ministry.

"If this allegation is true, it would surely have increased the cost of healthcare.

"It is a great dereliction of duty on the part of the guardians of the sick and downtrodden in this country," Medical Practitioners Coalition Association of Malaysia (MPCAM) president Dr Peter Chan Teck Hock said in a statement today...

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