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Pharmaceutical companies are substituting randomly generated tracking numbers and barcodes for traditional serial numbers to make it harder for counterfeiters to copy labels. When other methods, including hidden graphics and tamper-proof labels, are used to clearly identify product quality, it becomes much more challenging for counterfeiters to replicate or reuse labels.
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Manufacturers and law enforcement in the pharmaceutical industry are both dealing with a serious problem: counterfeiting.
To make it more challenging for counterfeiters to copy labels, pharmaceutical firms are switching from normal serial numbers to randomly generated tracking numbers and barcodes. It is even more difficult for counterfeiters to reproduce or reuse labels when using other techniques to clearly identify product quality, such as hidden graphics and tamper-proof labels.
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