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23 November 2007

L’industrie pharmaceutique met en péril son propre avenir en empêchant des millions de personnes pauvres d’avoir accès aux médicaments

Auteur: Organisation de la Presse Africaine

Selon Oxfam International...l’industrie pharmaceutique empêche des millions de personnes pauvres d’avoir accès aux médicaments, mettant ainsi en péril son propre devenir...Sanofi-Aventis proposait son médicament ...Plavix à un prix 60 fois supérieur à...

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1 November 2007
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1 November 2007
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Auteur: Oxfam

Access to medicines is fundamental for people to achieve their right to health. While governments have the primary responsibility for ensuring access to health care...the role of the pharmaceutical industry in providing a vital element – medicines –...

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24 September 2007
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Auteur: Nopporn Wong-Anan, Reuters

Thailand, which has overridden international patents on three drugs in the past year, plans to issue four more licences for copycat versions of cancer medicines, Health Ministry officials said...The government would impose compulsory licences on four...

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3 September 2007
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Auteur: Reghu Balakrishnan, Financial Express [India]

The dreams of Indian pharma majors to reap a windfall from the life saving drugs market in Thailand, following the Thai government’s issue of compulsory license, is set to hit a major roadblock. Emcure Pharmaceuticals, the first company which bagged a...

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30 August 2007
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Auteur: Victoria Kim, Financial Times

Four female sales representatives have sued pharmaceutical group Sanofi-Aventis for sexual discrimination in a $300m class action lawsuit...[T]he women allege that they were barred from promotion opportunities, received lower pay rises than their male...

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10 August 2007
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Auteur: Andrew Bounds, Financial Times

Thailand has been warned by the European Commission against moves to force drugmakers to drop prices for poor patients or lose sales, adding to US pressure over patent protection. Peter Mandelson, the trade commissioner, has written to Bangkok to...

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23 June 2007
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Auteur: Bloomberg

Thailand plans to buy more generic AIDS drugs from India to cut the cost of treating its poorest patients after failing to win large enough discounts from drug makers including Merck & Co. and Abbott Laboratories…Public health minister, Mongkol Na...

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4 June 2007
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Auteur: Bright B. Simons, International Global Watch

The situation with access to basic healthcare in Africa is extremely dire...But when African policymakers look to Asia for "lessons," they find two broad contending visions of what the best approach to the universal provision of public healthcare...

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30 May 2007
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Auteur: Kirsty Barnes, Outsourcing-pharma.com

The latest ethical reputations of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies have been revealed, with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) emerging as big pharma's Mother Theresa, according to a recently-released compilation by Geneva-based ethical-monitoring firm...

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