Concerns over Global Fund-led changes to a model which enables affordable scale up of HIV treatment
Last updated 2 December 2013
— MSF launches “See What We See” film series — 25 November, 2013, Johannesburg — The fight against HIV/AIDS has been hailed as one of the most successful public health projects in human...
Last updated 25 November 2013
‘Patent opposition’ seeks to ensure production of affordable generics New Delhi/New York, 22 November 2013—Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) supports the ‘patent opposition’ just filed at...
Last updated 22 November 2013
NEW YORK, November 19, 2013 – At the first meeting of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators since the intellectual property chapter of the secret trade agreement was leaked last week, Doctors...
Last updated 19 November 2013
First new tuberculosis drug in fifty years risks being squandered without better research and pricing strategies
New TB drug bedaquiline illustrates need for paradigm shift in developing and ensuring access to new treatment combinations
Last updated 29 October 2013
Geneva/Stockholm, 28 October 2013— Several key policy changes are urgently needed at the GAVI Alliance to help reduce the number of children not benefitting from vaccination globally (22.6 million...
New study shows that, despite some progress, only 4% of new drugs and vaccines approved 2000-2011 were for neglected diseases, and a ‘fatal imbalance’ remains in R&D for many neglected patients
Dr Unni Karunakara embarks on a personal odyssey to cycle 5000 kms from Srinagar to Kerala to connect with people about health, healthcare, and humanitarianism
Last updated 11 October 2013
Parliamentary committee recommends Brazil acts to improve access to medicines and medical innovation
Governments in Trans-Pacific trade deal urged to reject political trade-offs harmful to access to medicines
On sidelines of APEC Summit, US may propose differential treatment for some countries, which still blocks access to medicines for millions