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The supply of safe and effective vaccines for all is being artificially rationed because of the protection of exclusive rights and monopolies of pharmaceutical corporations.
This World AIDS Day, activists are warning that we are losing ground on HIV as resources are being diverted to the global COVID-19 response. How much we lose is up to us.
Groundbreaking research has saved millions of lives, but the decisions taken by executives have ended millions of others. Countries should act now, and not to rely on the actions of pharma.
Following on from the BioNTech and Pfizer vaccine announcement earlier this month, where we expressed cautious optimism, but also the need...
A vaccine must reach the most vulnerable in each and every country and around the same time. Who gets the vaccine first must be based on need – not purchasing power. We demand affordable prices and fair allocation.
Dolutegravir (DTG) is widely available in Ukraine due to advocacy work. It provides a framework to prevent unlawful patents and monopolies on essential drugs, which have restricted access to life-saving treatment in the country.
“We are losing ground against HIV, TB and viral Hepatitis, because resources are being diverted to the global COVID-19 response…Without...
The Make Medicines Affordable campaign is calling for a widespread switch from patented to generic HIV drugs so that at...
In 2006, Parina Subba founded an organisation named Dristi (meaning ‘vision’ in Nepali). Dristi’s motto is, simply: ‘Rights to existence’....
In El Salvador, people living with HIV are standing up against an unwanted change in the antiretroviral medication regimen.
Six years ago Gocha, now 27, from Tbilisi, Georgia tested positive for HIV. What happened next shows how people living with HIV can make meaningful impact.