- Secretary-General Appoints Two Former Presidents, 14 Others as Members of High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines
- More than 15m people on life-saving HIV drugs – not enough, says MSF
- Physicians call for fairness in drug prices, availability
- Speak up for affordable medicine
- WHO proposes to join Global Fund’s IP enforcement initiative
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Secretary-General Appoints Two Former Presidents, 14 Others as Members of High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines
United Nations, November 19, 2015. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced today the establishment of a high-level panel on health technology innovation and access. Comprising 16 eminent, well-respected individuals with a deep knowledge and understanding of the broad range of trade, public … Continue reading
The Guardian, MSF Access, November 24, 2015. UNAids says additional 2 million people began antiretrovirals in the last year, but campaigners say figure must reach 3 million a year to meet 2020 targets.
American Medical Association, November 17, 2015. In response to increasing drug costs impacting patient access to needed medications, physicians voted Monday at the 2015 Interim Meeting to convene a task force and launch an advocacy campaign to drive solutions and help … Continue reading
Iol news, Nobember 19, 2015. US and European pharmaceutical industries see South Africa as “ground zero” for keeping their large profit margins, say Julia Hill and Catherine Tomlinson.
Third World Network, November 19, 2015. By KM Gopakumar. Geneva – The World Health Organization has proposed to join the intellectual property enforcement initiative of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund).
By Simon Gottwalt. The recent price hike of Daraprim, a 62 year old medicine used against toxoplasmosis, created a massive public outcry against Turing Pharmaceuticals, who had just acquired the drug, and its CEO Martin Shkreli, making him “the most hated man in … Continue reading
Livemint, November 23, 2015. Geneva – Many members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) have called for reaffirming the commitment to continue negotiations on all outstanding issues of the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) at the Nairobi Ministerial Declaration, a panel of … Continue reading