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Article
30 August 2001

Nigerians sue Pfizer over test deaths

Author: BBC News

A group of Nigerian families has sued the drugs giant Pfizer following the deaths of 11 children and injury to others who are said to have taken part in tests of a drug to treat meningitis...The suit alleges that the drug company did not obtain consent...

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Article
19 July 2001

press release: Pfizer: The industry leader in pricing drugs beyond the reach of the poor in developing countries

Author: Oxfam GB

Oxfam today accuses Pfizer, the world's largest and richest drug company, of moral bankruptcy by pricing life-saving drugs beyond the reach of millions of poor people.

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Article
19 July 2001

company response: Pfizer Statement to Oxfam Report; Responses to Oxfam Questions on Access to Medicines in Developing Countries

Author: Pfizer

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Story
1 July 2001

press release: Pfizer: The industry leader in pricing drugs beyond the reach of the poor in developing countries

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Article
1 July 2001

full report: Formula for fairness: patient rights before patent rights [Oxfam Company Briefing Paper on Pfizer]

Author: Oxfam GB

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Article
6 June 2001

Pfizer to offer Diflucan antifungal medicine at no charge to HIV/AIDS patients in 50 least developed countries around the world

Author: Pfizer

Program to Expand on South African Partnership Model in Cooperation With United Nations' AIDS Program and World Health Organization

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Article
6 June 2001

Pfizer Expands Free Drug Program [expanding its free distribution of an AIDS drug in least developed countries]

Author: Associated Press

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Article
1 June 2001

Wyeth - Breaking the Rules 2001

Author: Campaign for Ethical Marketing, Baby Milk Action

[alleged violation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes]

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1 June 2001

Wyeth - Breaking the Rules 2001

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Article
15 May 2001

Multinational baby food companies Nestlé, Milupa, Abbott-Ross, Mead-Johnson and Wyeth are the worst violators of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, says IBFAN

Author: IBFAN [International Baby Food Action Network]

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