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Medicines We Can Trust
Everyone deserves access to safe, quality medicines. Tweets ≠ endorsements
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Medicines We Can Trust 5h
✅No need for frozen storage ✅Not-for-profit price point for LMICs ✅300 million doses pledged to COVAX Oxford/AztraZeneca's vaccine could be the key to vaccine access for countries with limited cold chains & health settings.
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Scaling-up innovative health solutions is crucial to ensure access to quality medicines and diagnostics for all. 📢Join our discussions tomorrow, 5pm AEDT at the roundtable on medicine quality & w/
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Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance Nov 25
JOIN US! The 5th and final roundtable on improving medicine quality with an exciting line up of speakers who will share their deep expertise on the topic! Register here!
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U.S. Pharmacopeia Nov 19
is the next public health crisis. spread is driven by poor-quality medicines that contribute to treatment failure. Read our blog on concrete steps to stop it.
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 24
We are excited to join , , & in hosting the fifth & final roundtable of the Malaria Gamechangers Series on improving medicine quality in Asia Pacific. It's time for for all. Register here!
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 23
If medicines contain the wrong ingredients or too little of the right ones, they can harm patients & accelerate one of today’s most urgent health crises: . We need .
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U.S. Pharmacopeia Nov 20
How can USP quality standards help ensure a medicine’s strength, purity, and identity to help worldwide? Find out at Trust eXperience.
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STAT Nov 19
The World Health Organization says there is no evidence that the drug remdesivir improves mortality for hospitalized Covid-19 patients.
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 19
How can help ensure access to safe, quality ? & of explore several key ways AI can strengthen 💊 supply chains in low- and middle-income countries.
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AMR IndustryAlliance Nov 17
As standard become ineffective, even preventable infections persist and may spread. Without effective , medical procedures become more and more dangerous to perform. Discover more on during starting tomorrow!
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Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance Nov 15
Join us for yet another important discussion to ! The 4th series of will tackle "Innovations to address drug-resistant malaria in Asia Pacific" this 23 Nov 2020 from 2pm-3.30pm SGT! REGISTER HERE:
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 17
As the world awaits safe & effective vaccines, countries must meet the complex challenge of procurement & delivery. Experts from & share 5 urgent steps for an effective vaccine-rollout in .
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 16
vaccines will need strong supply chains to protect not only our health but also the planet's. This immunization effort is a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create sustainable & resilient health cold-chains." -
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 13
. has announced a new partnership with major drug chains & community pharmacies to administer vaccines at no cost to patients once they are approved & available. Learn more about this important step to securing :
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 13
As continues to intensify, so does its stress on medical supply chains. By building local capacity for 💊 quantity & quality, countries are protecting patients during this pandemic & beyond. Find out more in our latest newsletter.
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 12
Routine national immunization programs for Ebola, measles and polio offer many lessons for vaccine delivery. , Professor of Microbiology at CMC Vellore, unpacks the challenges & solutions around securing supplies of .
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World Health Organization (WHO) Nov 5
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Drug safety monitoring is 🔑 during global epidemics like . By analyzing reported reactions: 🏛️ authorities can make medicine use safer 👨🏾‍🔬 can assess data 🌐 if needed, int. networks could be activated to address the problems 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) Nov 7
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WHO & partners launched the Med Safety App📱 allowing 👨🏾‍⚕️ & patients to report suspected adverse reactions from medicines & future vaccines to nat. authorities. Active in 8 countries it will be launched in more countries once vaccines are available
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 11
"Africa can't effectively deploy a COVID-19 vaccine & run a large-scale vaccination campaign without addressing its cold chain infrastructure gap." on strategies & solutions for deploying quality vaccines in Africa.
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Medicines We Can Trust Nov 10
While early results from Pfizer/BioNTech's vaccine trial are promising, experts remain cautious as they await full data. We look forward to seeing plans to ensure affordable & accessible doses for those who need them most.
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