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Patrick Durisch May 28
After plenary adoption of (with no objection) 🇩🇪,🇬🇧,🇭🇺 dissociate themselves from the text. On the opposite direction, Thailand reserves the right to go beyond the resolution in terms of disclosure of R&D costs. Two notions of public interest
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Tahir Amin May 28
Ironic that the developed countries opposing the transparency of R&D costs under are the same ones that go around the world preaching good governance to developing economies. Smells more of not wanting to change the global order of the political economy.
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Charlotte O'Leary May 20
30-40% of R&D is funded by public sector - we need public return on public investment, with Italy’s as a fundamental tool to achieve this
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Neema Kaseje May 28
Switzerland 🇨🇭 joins the consensus of
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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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Swiss Global Health May 28
Great success: at , member States agreed on more of prices of . Implementation through international cooperation will be key.
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Manuel Martin May 20
A diluted at the does nobody a service. I feel like this should be obvious but maybe Canada, Germany and France need this spelled out: Intentionally blindfolding yourselves is a terrible price negotiation tactic.
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Don Davies MP May 28
This week the Liberal government worked to gut a World Health Assembly resolution aimed at reducing global drug prices. Instead of doing big pharma’s bidding, why won't the Liberals keep their promise to lower the cost of medication for all Canadians?
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SwitzerlandUN May 28
In , the just adopted a game-changing after more than 70 hours of intense negotiations - it is a milestone for more of prices of
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Allison Colbert May 28
“You adopted a landmark agreement to enhance the transparency of pricing for medicines, vaccines and other health products.”
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Dimitri Eynikel May 29
-Delegates signal public pressure from CSOs is unpleasant- Yet, this pressure responds to govts taking positions that do not represent the public interest. Bringing this out in the open is a matter of , & .
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Lotti May 28
This is Tobeka. She died b/c she couldn’t afford half a million rand (nearly £30k) for breast cancer treatment. why are you blocking that could mean other people still have a chance?
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Ananth Ganesan May 27
🇬🇧 at plenary for doesn’t mention the AT ALL! With 36 hours of negotiations over the last week where they actively opposed price & R&D cost transparency, perhaps the resolution deserved at least a passing mention?
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sylvain giraud May 28
So most EU countries supported the on prices of medicines . Should they not plan to act together in an EU context?
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Ananth Ganesan May 27
🇺🇸 plenary statement on at : “R&D cost transparency not part of existing mandates, hence WHO shouldn’t work on it.” Umm..the whole point of the resolution is to create this new mandate. If we work only on existing mandates, how do we move forward?
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Jonathan Ashworth May 28
Last week I challenged ministers on transparency on drugs pricing as UK wasn’t backing the on medicine prices, trial data & research costs at the . Pharmaceuticals are important for our economy but they can’t duck scrutiny -
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James Love May 27
The text, without brackets, is A72/A/CONF./2 Rev.1 , dated May 28, 2019. It is on the WHO web page here:
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Ellen 't Hoen Jun 5
Pfizer had clues its blockbuster drug could prevent Alzheimer’s. Why didn’t it tell the world?
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Patrick Durisch May 28
Replying to @DBdurisch
🇨🇭welcomes the , joins the consensus and regret that it has not been unanimsously supported
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Daniela Bagozzi May 28
proud day for global health and access
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