17 12, 2015

FGEP continues defense of public health in Argentina against the abuse of the patent system by multinational pharmaceutical companies

2015-12-17T03:50:58-03:00jueves, 17 diciembre, 2015|Access to Medicines, Argentina, Direct Action, Health Safeguards, HIV, Intellectual Property, Kaletra, Patent opposition, Sofosbuvir|

BUENOS AIRES, December 15th 2015 - Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (FGEP), an organization whose work is focused on guaranteeing access to essential medicines for HIV and Hepatitis C in Argentina and Latin America, announced in a press conference on November 30th two new key actions to defend public health policies. Dr. Daniel Gollán, Argentina’s Minister

10 11, 2015

Regulatory Agency in Argentina approved sofosbuvir and a local pharmaceutical company announced the entry into the market of its generic version

2015-11-14T16:07:28-03:00martes, 10 noviembre, 2015|Hepatitis C, Medicines, Patent opposition, Sofosbuvir|

Buenos Aires, November 10, 2015 - Argentine Medicines Regulatory Agency, ANMAT (Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica) approved last week commercialization of a relevant medicine to treat Hepatitis C. “This measure was highly expected since it is the first step to ensure availability of this essential medicine in our country. I live with Hepatitis

4 11, 2015

Argentina could save U$11M per year buying generic version of Truvada®

2015-11-04T20:01:06-03:00miércoles, 4 noviembre, 2015|Access to Medicines, Advocacy, Health Safeguards, Intellectual Property, Patent opposition|

The Argentine Community of People Living with HIV requested the rejection of a patent for an essential HIV/AIDS medicine. If the Argentine Patent Office does grant the this request, Argentina could produce generic versions at a lower cost representing a potential saving of over US$11 million. Argentina April 13th, 2015.- The Grupo Efecto Positivo Foundation (FGEP) in collaboration with the Argentine

27 08, 2015

People living with HepC denounced high prices of the pharmaceutical industry

2015-11-04T20:18:54-03:00jueves, 27 agosto, 2015|Direct Action, Hepatitis C, Intellectual Property, Patent opposition, Public Health|

Buenos Aires, August 27th 2015 - Members of Grupo Efecto Positivo Foundation (FGEP) accompanied by other civil society organizations and representatives held a direct action during the 2015 Hepatitis International Symposium organized by Fundación Huesped. The action aimed to denounce monopolies and high prices of drugs to treat hepatitis C and took place during the presentation of Dr.

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