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14 November 2011
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Auteur: Nina Lakhani, Independent [UK]

Secret reports seen by The Independent reveal that drug trials funded by western pharmaceutical firms at the Indian hospital set up for survivors of the Bhopal disaster violated international ethical standards and could have put patients at risk......

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14 November 2011
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Auteur: Andrew Buncombe & Nina Lakhani, Independent [UK]

Western pharmaceutical companies have seized on India over the past five years as a testing ground for drugs – making the most of…loose regulations which help dramatically cut research costs…Between 2007 and 2010, at least 1,730 people died in India...

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27 October 2011
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27 September 2011
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Auteur: Mark Tran, Guardian [UK]

The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (Gavi) said...it will provide more funding for developing countries to introduce vaccines against severe diarrhoea and pneumonia, two leading causes of child deaths. Gavi, a public-private partnership...

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24 November 2010
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Auteur: Phil Milford and Jef Feeley, Bloomberg

Pfizer…must pay a $57.6 million jury award to three women who alleged the pills caused their cancers, the state’s highest court ruled. The Nevada Supreme Court concluded...Pfizer’s Wyeth unit responsible for hiding the breast-cancer risks of its...

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25 May 2010
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Auteur: Marcus Baram, Huffington Post

In a stunning whistleblower lawsuit, the world's largest pharmaceutical company is being sued over the dangerous practice of illegally promoting a kidney transplant drug for unapproved uses -- and targeting African-Americans, even though they are at...

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1 August 2009
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Auteur: Sandhya Srinivasan, Himal [India]

As [clinical] trials shift to countries such as India, there has been an international debate on ethical concerns of the outsourcing boom. This debate has been partly responsible for amendments in the World Medical Association’s Declaration of Helsinki...

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12 June 2009
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Auteur: Michael Kahn, Reuters

Five governments and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pledged $1.5 billion on Friday to help give poor countries better access to vaccines against pneumococcal disease such as pneumonia and meningitis. The Advance Market Commitment program...

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22 April 2009
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Auteur: Reuters

Vaccines against two big killers -- tuberculosis and pneumonia -- were launched among African children on Wednesday, both backed jointly by drugmakers and groups set up specifically to promote vaccination. Children in Rwanda lined up…to get Wyeth's...

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6 March 2009
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Auteur: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

The U.S. Supreme Court in 2008 in Riegel v. Medtronic ruled that FDA approval of medical devices pre-empts state courts from hearing liability suits against their makers...The court on Wednesday ruled in on Wednesday ruled in Wyeth v. Levine against...

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