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Byline: Jacinta Odongo
The National Drug Authority (NDA) yesterday displayed four types of veterinary drugs and warned the public to desist from using them to treat their poultry, saying the chicken would be dangerous to human life when eaten.
The controversial drugs, according to NDA, include Fuzol, Apealyte, Cospro-F and Neophil, which are used by many farmers in treatment of poultry disease. "These drugs have been withdrawn from the market because they have been discovered to cause cancer to human life once they are consumed through these poultry products," Dr Benard Sibwomo, the NDA inspector of drugs, said.
Addressing journalists in Kampala, Dr Sibwomo …