Eric Noehrenberg

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The report issued by WHO’s Commission on Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Public Health1 (CIPIH) makes a number of positive recommendations for improving health in developing countries. However, the report understates the value of intellectual property rights for promoting public health and overstates the importance of intellectual property in(More)
Patent pools have been promoted as an innovative means of promoting the production of fixed-dose combination antiretroviral medicines (ARVs), which can be particularly appropriate for resource-poor settings. An important question, however, is what are the implications of patent pools on innovation for creating new and improved antiretrovirals. Indeed, given(More)
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