Stockouts in Argentina threaten continuation of HIV treatments
One of the costly side-effects of Argentina’s economic crisis is the stockout of essential medicines, with HIV and Hepatitis C...
Brazil: 10 years of a Compulsory License on HIV drug Efavirenz
Symposium in Curitiba highlights the need for a collective fight to make medicines affordable. When governments are unreceptive, it is...
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...
Price of HIV Drug Atripla Set to Drop
Almost 3000 more people living with HIV set to get life-saving treatment in Ukraine.
Chronology of access to medicine campaign in Thailand
The fight for access to medicines in Thailand centers around the use of compulsory licensing on three drugs. The chronology on...
Argentine Government Buys Generic Version of HIV Drug
Civil society clear way for generic version of critical HIV medicine into Argentine health system Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (FGEP)...
The campaign for use of compulsory licensing in Thailand
After eight long years of lobbying, the Thai government issued compulsory licenses for two antiretroviral drugs, Efavirenz and lopinavir/ritonavir (Kaletra)...