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New report shows that shorter lives and poorer health will ultimately harm the US economy
Oxfam and pharmaceutical interests spar over free trade and access to health
US intellectual property policy and access to medicines in the developing world: A rebuttal to Progressive Economy’s “Trade Fact of the Week”
Rohit Malpani is a campaigns advisor at Oxfam and leads the organization’s access to medicines campaign. Oxfam’s response to Progressive Economy’s “Trade Fact of the Week” 11/28/12 is cross posted from the Progressive Economy blog. Oxfam disagrees with the analysis set out in your November 28 article about patent protection for medicines. The article incorrectly […]
Ministers of health around the world have been calling on the United States for years to help them strengthen their own systems, and it’s time to rise to the challenge. The US is shifting from emergency mode to working with governments and civil society to determine the long-term health needs of their country.