The affair began two weeks ago when it was found that the packaging of drugs for sleep disorder Zopiclone had been switched with Furosemide, a drug for treating heart failure.
In the days that followed suspicions grew that the switched packaging might have been related to a number of deaths. However, MSNA head Dominic Maraninchi has now said, "There are people who died while on Furosemide not because of Furosemide, thankfully. There are no victims."
Maraninchi added that the inspection of Teva's factory has been completed and no instances of switched packaging was found. MSNA's website says that by yesterday 2,374 packages had been checked (over 70,000 tablets) and everything was in order. He insisted that everyone taking the medication can carry on doing so without any concerns.
At the same time the police investigation continues. When asked if the switched packaging was deliberate tampering, Maraninchi responded that at this stage all scenarios were being considered.
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