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Two Pharmacists Accused of Fraud at Hod Hospital
CityNews – The case of the missing pseudoephedrine pills in various hospitals throughout Thailand, including areas of Chiang Mai, has taken another twist. Earlier this month police reported that 12 million pseudoephedrine pills had been discovered by police in Sankampaeng. The pills are now part of an investigation being led by the DSI (Department of Investigations) into huge amounts of missing pseudoephedrine pills from hospitals thought to be used to make methamphetamine.
Above: Wisid Tangpakorn
Hod Hospital in sub-district Hang Dong reported that 50 thousand tablets had gone missing earlier this year. On April 4th at 9 a.m. the Chiang Mai Public Health Office led by Wisid Tangpakorn, along with a team of investigators began an investigation into the two accused pharmacists from the hospital, Natanin Kaewkanjai and Tasaporn Pannawan, as well as the Director of the hospital Danuwat Chunwanich. Danuwat is accused of negligence for allowing the two pharmacists to commit fraud. The pharmacists deny all accusations and have repeatedly told investigators that there has been a problem with the recording of data. If found guilty the pharmacists may suffer severe punishment while the director of the hospital, if found guilty, will most likely be transferred or have his salary cut.
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