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Bird & Bird LLP | France | 17 Jul 2009

Borderline products: the judge must make a thorough examination of their characteristics before setting aside or retaining their qualification as a medicine

In setting aside the qualification of a range of herbal infusions as medicine, and acquitting a charge of illegal exercise of pharmacy, a Court of Appeal stated that neither the presentation nor the indications allowed the products to be qualified as medicines.

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