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Medicines for Africa
We are a self-sustaining social enterprise that provides quality low-cost treatments to African people is a sustainable way.
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Medicines for Africa Aug 14
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Medicines for Africa Aug 13
Retweeted Andrew Jack (): U.K. Taps Clinical Trial for Generic HIV Drug
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Andrew Jack Aug 12
U.K. Taps Clinical Trial for Generic HIV Drug
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Medicines for Africa Aug 13
Legal precedent in the UK: using a clinical trial to make a cheap generic medicine available to patients. via
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Medicines for Africa Aug 12
1,900 people/day die from infections that are resistant to antibiotics i.e. every year 700,000 people
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Medicines for Africa Aug 12
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Curre...
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Medicines for Africa Aug 12
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetim... via
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Medicines for Africa Aug 10
“Countries could achieve a lot of efficiency from their investments in health, so that they get more return for the…
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Medicines for Africa Aug 10
This is an interesting article highlighting how poorly prepared countries are to adequately respond to health emerg…
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Medicines for Africa Aug 7
Prioritisation of who gets vaccines when there are shortages due to inadequate global production capacity such as th…
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Medicines for Africa Aug 1
Keeping our hearts healthy
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Medicines for Africa Jul 31
If Africa was a country……
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Medicines for Africa Jul 28
If Africa was a country……..
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Medicines for Africa Jul 23
So what if we stop talking about “aid” and start talking about “investment”? Doesn’t that just forge a more equal re…
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Medicines for Africa Jul 19
Thank you for your valuable insights . Rewarding short-term gains without adding value through long term i…
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Medicines for Africa Jul 18
Inequality is not inevitable, it's a policy choice. For proof, look at Namibia
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Medicines for Africa Jul 11
Innocent people were infected over the course of 20 years, from the 1970s to the early 1990s, when they were given b…
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Medicines for Africa Jul 8
New WHO Director Tedros's Opening Vision: People First
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Medicines for Africa Jul 1
Antibiotic shortage puts patients at risk, doctors fear
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Medicines for Africa Jun 23
The dangerous nature of the conflict in the Lake Chad region has meant journalists have also struggled to always get…
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