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Although India's government banned the manufacture of the drug in 2006, Dr Cunningham said the measure has had little impact."They have only banned its manufacture for veterinary treatments," he explained, "the manufacture for medical treatments are unaffected by this ban."The treatment of animals with diclofenac also hasn't been banned, so people are now just using the medical version to treat animals rather than buying the veterinary one."It also appears as if the drug is still being imported from producers in other countries, which means fresh supplies are making their way onto the market.
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