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Outgoing International President MSF Dr. Unni Karunakara is taking to the road on a bicycle to travel 5000 kilometers in India to spark dialogue on health, health care, and humanitarianism.

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MSF launched the Patent Opposition Database as part of the campaign to boost access to medicines in countries where patients can't afford the high drug prices some companies seek to preserve.  

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On July 10, 2012, India's Supreme Court will hear the challenge to the country's patent law by Novartis, a case with enormous ramifications for the production of low-cost generic medications.

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A landmark patent ruling in India could possibly set a precedent that allows patients in developing countries far greater access to essential medicines.

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A new free trade agreement between the EU and India could severely impact access to affordable medicine in developing countries.

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Novartis is lobbying India's Supreme Court to undo a key safeguard in Indian patent law, which would have a devastating impact on access to affordable medicines across the developing world.

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NEW DELHI/BRUSSELS, June 22, 2011–At the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS in early June, India announced that it will not accept data exclusivity, a provision harmful to access to affordable medicines, as part of a free trade agreement (FTA) currently being negotiated with the European Union (EU).

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India should resist pressure from the EU to accept a free trade agreement that will have an exceedingly negative impact on access to affordable medicines

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MSF is providing urgently needed medical and humanitarian assistance to people in the worst affected villages in and around Leh.

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April 26, 2010, Brussels/New York – As the European Commission (EC) and India meet for closed-door negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) this week, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warns this is the last chance to remove provisions that will block access to life-saving medicines for people living in the developing world.

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