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  • #TreatPeopleRight – Highlights from the ITPC Annual Review

    Campaign activity contributing to combined savings of US$700 million for health budgets is among ITPC’s 2016 highlights The mission of...

  • Infographic: How civil society action led to price reductions in Argentina

    Civil society action means 27,000 more people could receive HIV treatment for 10 years. The price of 2 key HIV...

  • US-Argentina patent agreement presents public health concern

    An alarming unbalanced three-year agreement could result in more unmerited patents in Argentina. As a global coalition of treatment activists...

  • Argentina: GEP filed new opposition to patent request for Hepatitis C drug

    A significant step in ensuring access to treatment for the 800,000 people living with hepatitis C in Argentina. Earlier this...

  • Access to Medicines, Medical Technologies and Human Rights Meeting

    15  years of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health: The meeting will examine health safeguards as effective tools...

  • Seminar: Policies around Access to Medicines & Human Rights

    Watch the presentations of the "Sustainability, Health Systems and Human Rights" at the Seminar on Policies of Access to Medicines and Human Rights.

  • Argentina civil society launch campaign “Big Pharma – Drop the case!”

    Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (GEP), with regional partners, launches a campaign to demand that pharmaceutical companies drop their case which...

  • Right to Health at Regional Human Rights Hearing

    Civil society groups request hearing about right to health and access to medicines at Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Fundación...

  • Defending Argentina’s public health from unmerited patents

    Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo defends Argentina’s public health from the abusive patents by multinational pharmaceutical companies Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo...

  • UNAIDS “4th 90”: Affordability of Medicines

    UNAIDS has seen Argentina’s proposal to add a 4th “90” to its 90-90-90 strategy as a model to be implemented...