6 07, 2004

Pregnant women with HIV in developing countries must have access to combination therapy

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Every year over 700 000 children throughout the world are infected by HIV; that is 2000 per day. Most of these children were infected by their mothers, during pregnancy, delivery Lire la suite

26 06, 2004

The Statement and Recommendations : Promoting access to antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women with HIV/AIDS in developing countries

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26 03, 2003

Ethical principles must be applied to research in developing countries

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Over the past few years, the AIDS epidemic has fuelled the development in poor countries of studies supported and initiated by public institutions and research teams from various countries. Research Lire la suite

11 03, 2003

Opinion on the ethical issues of clinical research in developing countries

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17 04, 2001

As the case brought by 39 pharmaceutical companies against the government of South Africa is about to restart in Pretoria, the French National AIDS Council (NAC) requests that the companies concerned withdraw their complaint

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In a report adopted in November 2000, the NAC voiced its support for open access to treatments for HIV/AIDS (antiretrovirals and medication for opportunistic infections). The NAC considers that access Lire la suite

7 11, 2000

Worldwide access to treatments related to HIV/AIDS

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In response to the recommendations of the International Committee. Committee leader : Paul Hantzberg Committee members :  Jean-Marie Faucher  Claudine Herzlich  Daniel Laurent  Véronique Nahoum-Grappe  Aimé Charles-Nicolas Committee rapporteurs : Lire la suite

1 12, 1999

World AIDS Day : NAC meets the President of the Republic

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The National AIDS Council’s delegation, led by its Chairman, Professor Jean-Albert Gastaut, emphasized to President Chirac not only the importance of keeping the fight against AIDS as a programme apart, Lire la suite