Delivering on the pledge, treating the most vulnerable: Ensuring affordable AIDS drugs for children in the developing world by streamlining Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime

Delivering on the pledge, treating the most vulnerable: Ensuring affordable AIDS drugs for children in the developing world by streamlining Canada's Access to Medicines Regime
Almost five years ago, Canada responded to the urgent need for medicines in many developing countries by creating “Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime”, with the goal of getting more affordable, generic medicines to patients in the developing world. Unfortunately, that laudable initiative was, and is, seriously flawed. But now there is a chance to fix it, helping thousands of people in developing countries survive — and in particular, helping prevent the death of thousands of children.

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