MSF frequently publishes updates, press releases, and other forms of communication about its work in roughly 70 countries around the world. See the list below for the most recent updates or search by location, topic, or year.

 

Ottawa/New York—As Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators convene in Ottawa for another secret round of trade talks, it is time for the US to take harmful provisions that would raise medicine prices for 800 million people across the Pacific Rim region out of the draft trade agreement, said international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). 

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MSF's Judit Rius explains how a trade agreement could delay the development of generic medications, making lifesaving drugs unaffordable for many people.

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MSF's Rohit Malpani explains how trade agreements could prevent people in developing countries from having access to affordable, generic medications.

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The U.S. is pressuring countries in the Asia-Pacific region to accept regulations that will keep high prices on vital medicines that many people cannot afford.

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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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Harmful rules in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal will mean people in developing countries will have less access to lifesaving medicines.

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MSF's Leena Menghaney explains that the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement would limit access to medicine by preventing the manufacture of affordable generic drugs.

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Have you heard about the Trans-Pacific Trade Pact (TPP)? No? You're not alone. Negotiations are being conducted in secret, behind closed doors. But it's slated to become the most harmful trade agreement ever for access to medicines. It's not too late to act. Ask countries negotiating the TPP to protect people in developing countries. Click here for details.

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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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