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Study published in BMJ shows that expenditure on medicines constitutes the single largest component of the total Out of Pocket payments by households
Thirty-eight million people slipped into poverty owing to expenses on medicines in year 2011-12. Just for perspective, poverty line in rural India is USD 11.82 a month, and for urban India it is calculated at 14.48 a month. Click here … 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
by Fran Quigley, Health & Human Rights Journal | June 26, 2018 Access to essential medicines is a well-established component of the human right to health, but it is a right that remains elusive for millions of people across the globe. The … Continue reading
By Rema Nagarajan, The Times of India | June 21, 2018 Netherlands health minister Bruno Bruins was in India recently to promote investments in life sciences and health with affordable healthcare being a key concern for both countries. Bruins spoke to the Times … Continue reading