A company has been accused of selling the wrong medical test supplies, and has agreed to solve the problem.
American Health Care sells test strips for people with diabetes. The diabetics put a drop of their blood on the strip to see how much glucose (sugar) is in their blood. They need this to care for themselves.
These strips are made all over the world. Some are not meant for North America. People there have no way to call the maker if they have problems with the strips.
But there is a "gray market" for these strips. The ones made outside the U.S. are cheaper. American Health Care is accused of buying them, and using stickers to cover up the words "Not for sale in North America" on the boxes.
The company president, Edward Letko, has agreed that his workers will not do this in future.