Endorse UK for lower antiretrovirals in developing countries.

He added that newer, second-line antiretrovirals can times as much as times as much as first-line drugs. The United Kingdom is norm for the idea of ​​promoting the ‘differential pricing for developing countries, so it is the norm for the life-saving drugs to be cheaper in these countries,’said Thomas (Guar.ian,. – endorse UK for lower antiretrovirals in developing countries, in compulsory licenses Assist, minister says UK Department for International Development Minister Gareth Thomas on Wednesday during a speech at a conference in London, said the British ‘to push further,’the pharmaceutical industry, the price for reduce newer antiretroviral drugs in developing countries, London Guardian reports.

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