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17 April 2017

USA: Fresenius says Nebraska should not have been able to obtain company's drug for death penalty use

Author: Grant Schulte, AP (USA)

Company: Nebraska shouldn’t have gotten death penalty drug, 13 April 2017...

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26 August 2016

USA: Mylan accused of making life-saving EpiPen shots unaffordable - eventually offers discounts to 4% of patients

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14 September 2015

USA: Becton Dickinson product on list of death penalty drugs used by Alabama - company says it forbids distributors selling it to prisons

Author: Tim Lockette, Anniston Star (USA)

"Drug company named in lethal injection case", 1 Sep 2015...

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31 August 2015

Largest Dutch pension fund exits Mylan over death penalty concerns

Author: Reuters

The Dutch public employees' pension fund [ABP], the world's third largest, has sold all its shares in pharmaceuticals maker Mylan after it emerged that one of the company's products is in stock at a U.S. prison where death sentences are carried out. ...

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23 October 2014

DJE Kapital pulls US$70 million investment in pharma firm Mylan over supply of drug for death penalty in Alabama

Author: Tracy Connor, NBC News (USA)

"Drug Maker Mylan Takes $70 Million Hit in Battle Over Lethal Injection", 21 Oct 2014...

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7 August 2009

Clinton Foundation Reaches Deal With Matrix, Pfizer To Cut Prices For Second-Line ARVs, TB Drug

Author: Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report [USA]

Former President Bill Clinton on Thursday announced deals with drugmakers Matrix Laboratories [part of Mylan] and Pfizer to lower the cost of medications to treat patients with drug-resistant HIV in the developing world…the 2010 cost for the four drugs...

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9 October 2008

Major drug firms agree with Ban Ki-Moon to invest more in AIDS treatments & diagnostics for poor regions

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9 October 2008

Secretary-General's statement following meeting with pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies working on HIV and AIDS

Author: United Nations

I met today with senior executives of seventeen of the world's research-based and generic pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies…to review progress on...expand[ing] access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services in low- and middle...

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10 May 2008

Direct Relief's Corporate Partners Key to Aiding Cyclone Victims

Author: Direct Relief International

Direct Relief is currently planning to airlift more than $200,000 worth of medical aid to the region, thanks to contributions from Abbott, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Boehringer Ingelheim, the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, MedVantx, Mylan...

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29 April 2008

Deal lowers price of second-line therapy and makes new paediatric formulations available to poorer countries

Author: Michael Carter, Aidsmap

Further reductions in the prices of generic versions of key second-line antiretroviral drugs were announced yesterday, thanks to an agreement negotiated by the international drug purchase fund UNITAID and the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative with Indian and...

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