Doha Declaration and Compulsory License for Access to Medicines
AbstractThe Doha Declaration provides for access to medicines particularly by simplifying the compulsory licensing (CL) clause. This paper tries to provide a comprehensive review of the working of CL in the developed and developing countries with some useful case studies. [GIDR WP No. 184].
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compulsory licensing; CL; HIV AIDS; developed; developing countries; case studies; medicines; doha; declaration; Indian companies; drugs; patients; India; Anti-cancer drugs; prices;
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