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Category Archives: Patent
Source: NEWS18 1st Feb 2019, New Delhi A recent report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) says the standard treatment for breast cancer can drain 10 years of average annual income in India. Forty-five-year old Virendra Sharma’s father was diagnosed … Continue reading
10th Jan 2019, New Delhi Source: Medicines Law and Policy Today, the Dutch Medical Journal (Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde) reported on the case of lutetium-octreotaat, a cancer drug developed by researchers in the Dutch Erasmus medical centre in Rotterdam. For … Continue reading
People living with hepatitis C and HIV challenge evergreening patents on lifesaving hepatitis C drugs in India
New Delhi, 10 July 2018: Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+) has filed today two patent oppositions before the Indian patent office, challenging additional patent claims by US pharmaceutical corporation-Gilead Sciences for the hepatitis C medicines sofosbuvir and velpatasvir. These … Continue reading
by Hwan C. Lin, Journal of Macroeconomics Volume 50, December 2016, Pages 193-223 Highlights •Examine the intertemporal bounty (IB) system as an alternative to patents. •The IB system rewards innovation with a bounty claim to state-dependent prizes (called “intertemporal bounties”) over time. … Continue reading
by Tahir Amin, CNBC | June 27, 2018 One in four Americans are unable to fill prescriptions due to high prices. Today’s drug patent monopolies are stronger than at any point in the last century, raising prescription prices. Until the … Continue reading
Source: Dagens Medisin | June 20, 2018 IMAGINE THAT A large global o, break of contagious disease also includes Norway, such as a new flu-like disease with high risk of transmission and mortality. Imagine that there is only one effective drug, … Continue reading