• Kyodo


The Japanese Red Cross Medical Center said Wednesday it has been using a high-tech paper designed with money-printing technology to help prevent forgery of drug prescriptions.

The paper, to be used nationwide, comes amid a rash of forged prescriptions in Tokyo used to obtain sleeping pills, stimulants and other drugs without a doctor’s consent.

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