If Symptoms Persist (2008)
"Shot in Accra, Ghana, If Symptoms Persist is a documentary on the issues regarding fake drugs in developing nations revealed by key stakeholders on the Ghanaian drug scene. The half-hour feature shows exclusive interviews with government decision makers, regulators, consumer associations and industry opinion leaders. Within the documentary, an innovative mobile phone enabled drug authentication method for developing nations is exposed, with details on the two-month technology trial and reaction shots from the general public. Such new insights provided by the stakeholders shown below are key in developing a comprehensive strategy to combat fake drugs in developing nations, where the WHO estimates that more than 30% of drugs could lead to the horrid healthcare crises that fake drugs often unleash." [description from the website]
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