Surge in fake Ozempic reveals dark side of weight-loss frenzy

Patients have been hospitalized after taking suspected falsified Ozempic beyond the UK, with reports from Austria, Lebanon and the US.
Photo: Hollie Adams
Photo: Hollie Adams
By Ashleigh Furlong, Bloomberg

(Bloomberg) - When Andy Morling heard about a revolutionary new weight-loss cure on the BBC last spring, he figured it might spark a shadier market for fakes. 

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