Tainted Drug Blamed for Nine Deaths in China – Radio Free Asia
From Radio Free Asia (link):
At least nine people are known to have died and a further two deaths are being investigated as a scandal involving tainted medicines made in the northeastern Chinese city of Qiqihar widened across the country and a potential risk to children emerged.
They were both believed to have been prescribed the Qiqihar-made gall-bladder drug Armillarisin A, which has already killed nine people across the country, according to official media reports.
See also Northeast Network’s “Suspect Held as Bogus Drug Kills 4” (link)