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  • ITPC Seeking Highly Experienced Professionals

    ITPC is seeking highly experienced and motivated candidates for two new key roles related to a new program set to run from 1 January 2017.
  • UN High Level Panel's Report to Improve Access to Medicines

    The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) welcomes, with some strong reservations, the report, from the UN Secretary-General’s High Level Panel on Access to Medicines. The Panel was created in late 2015 to ‘review and assess proposals and recommend solutions for remedying the policy incoherence between the justifiable rights of inventors, international human rights law, trade rules and public health in the context of health technologies’. Here are ITPC’s initial reflections on the Report “Promoting Innovation and Access to Health Technologies”.  With its partner’s working on intellectual property and access to medicines, ITPC will conduct a deeper analysis of the report in the coming weeks. Report Endorses Full Use of TRIPS Flexibilities In the section on intellectual property rights, ITPC supports the Panel’s recommendations that countries implement strict criteria for awarding patents, review current laws and frameworks and make full use of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) flexibilities to protect public ...

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'Be healthy - know your viral load' film

'Be healthy - know your viral load' film

ITPC launches new Africa-wide campaign ‘Be Healthy – Know your viral load’ encouraging people living with HIV to get a viral load test, and demanding governments to provide routine viral load testing to all people living with HIV. Partnering with AIDS & Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) and eleven national partners from across the region, the campaign got started with a march in Lusaka on 30 October. Check out the new website http://www.knowyourviralload.org/

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