Developing world gets patent aid

Butler, Declan
February 2002
Nature;2/7/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6872, p563
Academic Journal
Reports on plans for the establishment of the international organization Management of Intellectual Property in Health Research & Development, aimed at assisting governments in developing countries to negotiate better patent deals for drug access. Major financier of the organization; Estimated annual budget.


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