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5 January 2015

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Karen Hudlet Vázquez as Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean Researcher & Representative

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of its first Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean Researcher & Representative: Karen Hudlet Vázquez, based in Mexico City. Karen will draw attention to the...

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[T]he Public Services Association (PSA) said the Government and non-governmental bodies must “remain accountable to the people.” In a message for World AIDS Day, Public Services Association President Jennifer Baptiste-Primus said...[that] the process...

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8 February 2006
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Author: Médecins Sans Frontières

Vendu sous le nom de Viread (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) aux Etats-Unis, le tenofovir représente aujourd'hui un médicament clé dans le traitement des malades du sida. Pourtant, plus de trois ans après l'annonce par son producteur, le laboratoire...

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Gilead's tenofovir 'access program' for developing countries: A case of false promises?

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Médecins Sans Frontières calls on Gilead to fulfil its promise to make its AIDS drug affordable in developing world

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12 December 2005

HIV/AIDS discrimination [Jamaica]

Author: Sherry-Ann McGregor, of Nunes, Scholefield, DeLeon & Co., in Jamaica Gleaner

We require a proactive approach to ensure that persons who are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS are able to manage their careers in order to continue to live productive lives. A legislative framework should be formulated, after consultation with all the...

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