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Tammam Aloudat
Syrian physician, Deputy Executive Director. Working on and all patients’ . Tweets my own!
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 19
Replying to @rgay
Timoe River paper. Japanese very thin (55g) paper that is perfect for fountain pens.
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Lotte Leicht Jun 15
Expressions of condemnation & concern are not enough. 's military seems confident that atrocities will come at no cost. The should confront this dangerous calculation. Work for inquiry & impose targeted sanctions. My letter to EU FMs
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 15
. Just finishes Ayiti, I am dumbfounded and can hardly express myself. What is amazing about it is that the stories from a Haitian woman help a Middle Eastern man understand himself better. Thank you Roxane!
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BBC Question Time Jun 13
“Whatever your politics, you can agree that punishing disabled and sick people for falling on hard times is absolutely morally wrong and they have blood on their hands” on the government’s austerity policy.
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 14
Solidarity with protesters. Stop from worsening the | Greenpeace steps up BP oil rig drilling protest | Environment | The Guardian
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 11
Millions of people are experiencing the British Empire and it’s toxic legacy every day.
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 10
Replying to @LanaSMeiqari
The dictator died in my preparation for the final exam of medical school. Damascus was a ghost town for a while as no one knew if there will be succession or war. I thought we’d never do the exams. War didn’t happen then, it took 11 more years for things to boil over.
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Tammam Aloudat Jun 4
US abortion policy is 'extremist hate' and 'torture', says UN commissioner
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Rachael Hore May 30
“The UK govt attempted to derail negotiations on this important resolution. It is shameful that they have disassociated themselves even after they had secured damaging amendments that significantly weakened the resolution"
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Tammam Aloudat May 27
The government position blocking in is so shameful that they don’t even state their position. Why are you beholden to big pharma when can’t afford medicines.
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Dimitri Eynikel May 27
For 35h of negotiations, the UK blocks transparency on price of medicines but not a word in the UK official statement. Should we understand this as the UK taking a position it can not publicly defend to common UK citizen?
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Katy Athersuch May 27
'You disappointed us': Why is Canada opposing more transparency in drug prices? | CBC News
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MSF Access Campaign May 26
While health services are forced to ration medicines because of excessive drug pricing, monopoly rights protect big pharma profiteering. We need change. RT to tell the stand up for
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Tammam Aloudat May 26
poverty expert hits back over ministers’ ‘denial of facts’. Yet, the UK continues to defend corporations’ and big pharma’s interest & block in
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James Love May 25
Novartis just announced it will charge $2.1 million per patient for a gene therapy: "primary evidence of effectiveness based on results from 21 patients treated with Zolgensma" This is why Novartis, , others oppose R&D costs disclosure.
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Tammam Aloudat May 23
Why are governments covering up for pharma?
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Angela Uyen May 22
Els Torreele of Médecins Sans Frontières, an NGO, says that different buyers—even those in the same country—can be charged widely differing prices. “Prices are kept secret and buyers are...
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Katy Athersuch May 20
Tomorrow Countries will again start negotiating the text of the at . Arya Stark has a message for all involved...
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Tammam Aloudat May 19
As starts today, one remembers Bertolt Brechts: "Little changes are the enemies of great changes.". It is time to push for better health for people who cannot afford it under the current system.
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Pauline Londeix May 17
The🇫🇷 French gov is opposing the resolution on transparency on medicines prices at . The French MoFA of / &MoH are backing Bercy//'s position to preserve opacity on meds prices & the interests of the industry!Shame on them!
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