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Open Letter to WHO Director General, Margaret ChanNews
Civil Society Open Letter urging WHO to include UN High Level Panel on Access to Medicines Report on WHO Board Agenda
Thai Activists and Hospital Staff Review Progress on HCV TreatmentNews
Community groups and government hospital staff from eight provinces met to review access to medicines on 15 and 16 November. The...
Access to Medicines, Medical Technologies and Human Rights MeetingNews
15 years of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health: The meeting will examine health safeguards as effective tools...
Kyrgyzstan’s new patent law results in affordable life-saving drugsNews
In April 2015 Kyrgyzstan’s president took the necessary step of signing in a new patent law. This was the result...
Pressure leads to incorporation of new antiretroviralNews
The incorporation of a new antiretroviral in Brazil’s national treatment guidelines, and the scale up of a second-line treatment are...
Seminar: Policies around Access to Medicines & Human RightsNews
Watch the presentations of the "Sustainability, Health Systems and Human Rights" at the Seminar on Policies of Access to Medicines and Human Rights.
Price of HIV Drug Atripla Set to DropNews
Almost 3000 more people living with HIV set to get life-saving treatment in Ukraine.
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Argentina civil society launch campaign “Big Pharma – Drop the case!”News
Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (GEP), with regional partners, launches a campaign to demand that pharmaceutical companies drop their case which...
Civil Society Advocates for Intellectual Property Law Reform in UkraineNews
The All-Ukrainian Network of People Living with HIV (Network) advocate for change of law to improve access to medicines, in...