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"The global failure to scale-up diagnosis and treatment for drug-resistant TB is being paid for in lives."

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On the eve of a meeting between Barack Obama and Manmohan Singh, MSF warns that India faces retaliatory political pressure from the US government and pharmaceutical industry for its efforts to legally limit abusive patenting practices and to increase access to affordable generic medicines.

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Governments must ensure that the TPP doesn't amplify shortcomings in the medical research and development system and restrict access to medicines.

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As negotiations for the TPP agreement move to Malaysia this week, MSF urges negotiating countries to remove terms that could block people from accessing affordable medicines, choke off production of generic medicines, and constrain the ability of governments to pass laws in the interest of public health.

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As host to both AIDS conference and TPP trade talks this month, Malaysia reportedly vows to reject a TPP trade agreement that harms access to medicines; other countries should follow suit, and Malaysia should be held to its pledge.

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New WHO recommendations include earlier antiretroviral therapy for people living with HIV, improved protocols to prevent HIV from being transmitted from mother to child, and regular and more effective monitoring of the amount of virus in people’s blood to ensure treatment is working.

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As negotiations for the TPP restart tomorrow, countries must prioritize fixing critical flaws in the agreement that could leave millions of people with limited access to affordable generic medicines. Take action: tell members of congress to protect access to lifesaving medicines.

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MSF calls on GAVI and pharmaceutical companies to extend discounts so more children can be reached.

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This important decision safeguards access to affordable medicines and prevents abusive patenting of drugs.

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Two new drugs effective against multidrug-resistant tuberculosis must be introduced to improve treatment regimens in countries with a high burden of the devastating disease.

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