Royal Canadian Mounted Police raided the Winnipeg-based Canada Drugs headquarters last week, but declined to say what prompted the visit.
The online drug company has been the focus of several investigations by the U.S. FDA. In 2013, the FDA warned medical practices in the U.S. to stop using unapproved versions of Botox and any other products they received from Canada Drugs. In 2012, the FDA investigated Canada Drugs' involvement in the sale and distribution of counterfeit cancer drug, Avastin. The FDA ultimately issued a warning letter to the company, ordering it to stop marketing the drug to American customers.
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