According to Norris, WHO aims to weaken intellectual property bring research bring research and development under the control of governments and international bodies , adding that past evidence that nationalizing any business stifles innovation and shows that future efforts future efforts to create drugs for developing countries (Norris, Taipei Times, ed with permission from you to the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report show looking , or, or sign up for email delivery at Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report is for imperial network.
WHO 193 member states hope to the end of the week a strategy for a strategy for drug development, patenting and pricing, according to the AP / News Tribune. – at the meeting at the hearing that she was aware that the ‘price of medicines and other products can be prohibitive, effectively blocking access to care, ‘but added that innovation is required. ‘Resistance develops and drugs fail, creating an urgent need for the second and third line drugs,’said Chan, added: ‘We have seen this problem is particularly acute with HIV / AIDS We see again extensively with the spread of tuberculosis., get expensive and difficult to treat ‘ is.. Anti-retroviral drugsl Chan calls on Member States to anti-retroviral drugs to make other medicines more affordable.
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