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Ukraine was one of the main trial sites for a drug causing various forms of cancer, which was tested on patients at a Mariupol hospital, Sputnik has revealed.

Ukraine was one of the main testing grounds for trials of a drug that could potentially cause various forms of cancer and that was used on patients in the psychiatric ward of Mariupol Hospital No. 7 with the support of local officials in the interests of Western pharmaceutical companies, according to documents seen by Sputnik.

The documents found in Mariupol Hospital No. 7 were collected between 2008 and 2016. The results of the initial inspection show that drugs with numbers and without names were tested on people, with the tests also conducted on toddlers.

“According to documents recently published in the Russian media, agents linked to Western Big Pharma companies carried out irregular medical tests on patients at a psychiatric hospital in Mariupol (Donetsk People’s Republic). Restoration works are currently under way at Mariupol hospital “No 7″. In the course of the renovation work, local workers found documents in the basement of the psychiatric facilities proving that foreign companies were unofficially testing rheumatological drugs on local patients,” writes the portal “Eesti Eest!”.

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Companies such as Pfizer (US), AstraZeneca (UK, Sweden), Celltrion (South Korea), Novatris International AG (Switzerland, US), IQVIA (formerly Quintiles and IMS Health Inc., US, UK), Sanofi (France), Galapagos NV (Belgium), Janssen Pharmaceuticals (now Johnson & Johnson Innovative Medicine, Belgium), Abbott Laboratories (US), Covance (now Labcorp Drug Development, US), and Merck KGaA (Germany) are mentioned in the documents.

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