Last updated 3 February 2004
But concern that access to medicines threatened by trade negotiations Bangkok, 13 February 2004 – The recent court victory of two Thai people with HIV/AIDS against a multinational pharmaceutical...
Last updated 13 February 2004
Last updated 3 March 2004
MSF statement on US government announcement of new procedure for reviewing the safety and efficacy of fixed-dose combinations and co-blisters of antiretrovirals
On May 16, the United States announced that the US Food and Drug Administration would set up a “rapid process” for reviewing fixed dose combinations (FDCs), co-packaged products, and single ingredient...
Last updated 18 May 2004
Last updated 2 July 2004
Bangkok, 13 July 2004 - International pharmaceutical industries and governments are failing to develop and produce AIDS medicines and diagnostic tools suited to children, claimed Médecins Sans Frontières...
Last updated 19 July 2004
Children with AIDS are dying needlessly because of a lack of suitable and adapted medicines, according to Médecins Sans Frontières, the medical humanitarian organisation. A day before the opening of...
Last updated 2 November 2004
MSF warns that this step forward could be reversed by similar provisions in the recently signed United States-Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA).
Last updated 26 November 2004
London, 30th November 2004 – Donor governments and countries hardest hit by HIV/AIDS must take immediate steps to address today’s treatment deficit emergency and the gaps in research and development...
Last updated 30 November 2004
The World Health Organization released its “3 by 5” progress report on January 26th 2005 at the Davos World Economic Forum congratulating itself on progress made in the drive to fight the HIV pandemic....
Last updated 27 January 2005