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The second-line drug crisis

Thailand / 12.12.07

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Paul Cawthorn, Médecins Sans Frontières Head of Mission in Thailand, talks about the second-line drug crisis affecting access to HIV/AIDS treatment with particular emphasis on pharmaceutical companies and patent policy.


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