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Abstract

The production and distribution of fake medicine is a very big issue in developing countries. One of the reason for drugs fraud is the imperfect supply chain system in Pharmaceutical industries. In this chain drugs change from owner to customer and fake drugs added into this supply chain before it reach the customer. That’s why distributer, customer and sometimes also owner and supplier don’t know what happened with original products. With this developed system we have used block chain technology to add traceability, visibility and security in pharmaceutical industry. This system is used to track drugs from its manufacturing to the customer. After the uses of medicine its effect on patient have recorded to database for upcoming statistics. The important thing is that the only trusted parties are allowed to join this network and push data to block chain.

Keywords

Block chain, counterfeiting, supply chain management, pharmaceutical industry, traceability, security.

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How to Cite
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Alok Kamble, Nandini Chandane, Rahul Shinde, and Kedar Khopade, “TRACEABILITY AND DETECTION OF COUNTERFEIT MEDICINE SUPPLY CHAIN THROUGH BLOCKCHAIN”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 5, p. 8, Jun. 2020.

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