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Mission & Goals

Some of the world’s leading Internet and e-commerce companies came together to focus on the promotion of safe online pharmacies through education and enforcement and to share reliable information with organizations, providers, and consumers.

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Get the Facts, and Stay Informed

CSIP is curating reports, studies and important links that illustrate the issues related to counterfeit drugs sold online and by illicit online pharmacies.

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Protecting Consumers

CSIP Public Education Campaign

CSIP and its partner organizations are sponsoring a focused education campaign aimed at raising public awareness about the potentially life-threatening problems associated with illicit online pharmacies.

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Blog

Highlights from Recent NABP Progress Report

The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) once again recently surveyed online drug sellers and issued a report of their findings, which includes ongoing concern about the dangers of rogue online pharmacies.

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Combating Rogue Online Pharmacies: A Year of Progress – Part 1

The last 12 months have brought a lot of positive change when it comes to the fight against rogue online pharmacies.

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Be Smart Buying “Smart Drugs” Online

"Smart drugs" include medications for ADHD and Alzheimer's disease. However, they've recently become the target for counterfeiting operations.

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News

CSIP and Alliance for Safe Online Pharmacies Launch Times Square Ad

The 520 square foot advertisement warns consumers to be cautious when purchasing prescription drugs online because it could be “gambling with your life.”

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The Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP)

The Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP) is a nonprofit organization chartered in 2011 to help Internet industry leaders find a way to address the growing problem of consumer access to illegitimate pharmaceutical products on the Internet. The entities selling these “medicines” typically advertise and present themselves as pharmacies, which inspires consumer trust. The average consumer has no way to know whether the product he or she is purchasing is counterfeit or otherwise unsafe, and is therefore not only vulnerable to the dangers associated with these substances, but also often has little recourse.

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