Developing Nations Given Right To Make Generic Drugs But Not The Ability

11/16/2001 |

The New York Times examines developing countries' challenges in providing citizens with medications to fight diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. In a deal struck earlier this week at the WTO trade talks in Doha, Qatar, disadvantaged countries were granted the right to make low-cost generic medication. Ironically, few of these nations have factories capable of producing the drugs.

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