TRIPS, Pharmaceutical Patents, and Access to Essential Medicines: A Long Way from Seattle to Doha

@inproceedings{Hoen2002TRIPSPP,
  title={TRIPS, Pharmaceutical Patents, and Access to Essential Medicines: A Long Way from Seattle to Doha},
  author={Ellen FM 't Hoen},
  year={2002}
}
I. INTRODUCTION Infectious diseases kill over 10 million people each year, more than 90 percent of whom are in the developing world.1 The leading causes of illness and death in Africa, Asia, and South America-regions that account for four-fifths of the world's population-are HIV/AIDS, respiratory infections, malaria, and tuberculosis. In particular, the magnitude of the AIDS crisis has drawn attention to the fact that millions of people in the developing world do not have access to the… CONTINUE READING

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