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31 10, 2011

Defeating the global AIDS epidemic through innovative financing

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31 10, 2011

Defeating the global aids epidemic through innovative financing

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The French Presidency of the G20 has put the issue of innovative financing on the agenda for the summit which will start on 3 November in Cannes. For the past Lire la suite

27 07, 2007

The pharmaceutical firm Abbott must change its policy towards people affected by HIV/ aids

27 July 2007|Tags: , , , , |

Last December, in accordance with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreement on the aspects of the intellectual property rights related to trade and the Doha statement to the public health, Lire la suite

16 01, 2003

Access to treatment in poor countries jeopardized again : the National AIDS Council advocates the primacy of health rights

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With the failure of WTO discussions on access to treatment in poor countries, the National AIDS Council once again sustains the primacy of health rights over intellectual property rights. By Lire la suite

8 02, 2002

Doha Declaration ineffectual ? The National AIDS Council is concerned that the Bangui Agreements will jeopardize health care in Africa

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By acknowledging the primacy of public health requirements over trade rules in developing countries, the Doha Declaration of November 2001 raised the hopes of better access to affordable medicines for Lire la suite

1 12, 2001

The CNS calls for concrete measures regarding access to treatment in countries in the south

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Twenty years after the start of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, 40 million people are living with the virus. Antiretroviral treatments have changed the face of the epidemic in countries in the Lire la suite

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