Denmark’s drugmakers face the challenge that the industry is struggling with to find a way out of the crisis of its drug production.
In an interview with The Lad newspaper, Johan Håkan Jensen, Denmark’s minister for pharmaceuticals, said the drugmakers needed to get the numbers under control.
He added that Denmark is the third-largest manufacturer of the new synthetic opioids, and he wanted to avoid the production of “bad drugs” in the future.
The problem is that the number is actually much higher than that, said Jensen, a politician and former health minister.
He said that the problem is not the number, it is the quality of the drugs.
The drugmakers are in a tough situation, he said, adding that he will ask the government for additional funding to find solutions.
He said that he wanted Denmark to focus on the production and sale of “good” drugs.
He also said that there was a need to improve the quality, purity and purity of the products in order to reduce demand and the problem.
Jensen said that Denmark has taken a number of steps to address the problems, such as reducing the production to reduce its dependency on imports, and it was also trying to increase the supply of the synthetic drugs.
He also said Denmark has created a number with more than 20 million new prescriptions.