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
UNAIDS has seen Argentina´s proposal to add a 4th “90” to its 909090 Strategy as a model to be implemented worldwide Buenos aires, September 2015 – UNAIDS´s Executive Director, Michel Sidibé, visit Argentina and Chile in his first time visit to Latin American region as part of a global tour to promote 90-90-90 strategy which
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.
BUENOS AIRES - On World Viral Hepatitis Day, Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (FGEP) held a meeting with officials from Argentina’s Ministry of Health, articulating and coordinating actions and strategies that promote access to sofosbuvir, an essential drug for Hepatitis C treatment. The need for joint action originates from the great challenge both Argentina and Latin
BUENOS AIRES – On Tuesday July 21st members of Fundación GEP met with the head of the Ministry of Industry, Lic. Débora Giorgi, and the President of the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) Cdor. Mario Aramburu, to analize the topics of the joint agenda on access to medicines and intellectual property. Among these were reviewed the presentations
Citizens, organizations and experts analyzed the current challenges to hep C and HIV medicine’s access at the International Forum organized by RedLAM Citizens, NGO’s, experts and national authorities of Latin-American Countries exchanged ideas and strategic courses of action to boost Access to medicines at the “International Forum about Access to Medicines, Intellectual Property and Local
Organizations of people with hepatitis C have filed an opposition for a patent that would prevent 800,000 people from having access to treatment in Argentina Fundación Grupo Efecto Positivo (FGEP) leads the opposition to pharmaceutical patents movement as a key strategy to ensure access to medicines The growing global movement to guarantee access to medicines