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Read Novartis's statements on its generic medicines court case, and learn why they're wrong.

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Learn more about why Novartis is taking India to court over the production of affordable generic medicines.

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Novartis is taking India to court to stop production of affordable generic medicines that millions of people depend on to stay alive.

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Learn how a free trade agreement between the European Union and India could restrict access to affordable medicines for millions of people with HIV/AIDS and other diseases and conditions.

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Using medical aid as a camouflage for military advantage threatens the lives of patients in the most precarious and embattled places worldwide. 

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 A report on MSF's response to the devastating floods swept through Pakistan in late July 2010, six months later.

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As the war spreads and intensifies in Afghanistan and the humanitarian needs increase, it has become ever more dangerous for the Afghan people to receive assistance provided by military bodies or groups affiliated with them.

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The crucial role India plays in supplying the developing world with affordable quality medicines is being threatened.

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Millions of people in developing countries rely on affordable generic medicines produced in countries including India to stay alive. But the European Commission is pushing aggressive policies that will severely restrict people’s access to these lifesaving medicines.

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MSF urges the Greek authorities to carefully measure the impact of detention on the well-being of migrants and asylum seekers and to seek alternatives to the detention of new arrivals.

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