Last updated 4 October 2000
November 7, 2000, Nairobi – Last week, a Kenyan newspaper* reported that negotiations have finally started between the Kenyan government and five international pharmaceutical companies, to reduce the...
Last updated 7 November 2000
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February 1, 2001, Geneva -- Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is calling upon the United States government to withdraw its request for a WTO dispute settlement procedure on the Brazilian patent law. The...
Last updated 1 February 2001
MSF Challenges Pharmaceutical Industry to Match Generic Prices February 7, 2001, Geneva – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) welcomes the announcement made by generic drug manufacturer Cipla, that it...
Last updated 7 February 2001
February 21, 2001, Nairobi - At a press conference today in Nairobi, the Kenya Coalition of NGOs* denounced the lack of transparency in price negotiations between the big pharmaceutical companies, UNAIDS...
Last updated 21 February 2001
February 23, 2001, Mumbai, India - Two days of discussions between Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and generic drug producer Cipla Limited have resulted in clarification of how the Cipla offer for more...
Last updated 23 February 2001
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39 Drug Companies vs South Africa: People die for lack of affordable drugs as inhumane industry ignores reality
March 5, 2001, Pretoria – Over the next seven days, one of the most stark acts of corporate inhumanity will unfold in a small courthouse in downtown Pretoria. "Five thousand sick South Africans will...
Last updated 5 March 2001
Voices of people living with HIV to be heard by South African court: MSF welcomes judge's decision to accept amicus brief
March 6, 2001, Pretoria - Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today welcomed the South African High Court's decision to accept evidence from the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), a South African NGO representing...
Last updated 6 March 2001