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  • Omesh Bharti
    Dr. Omesh BhartiM.B.B.S.,D.H.M.,M.A.E.(Epidemiology)Directorate of Health ServicesHimachal Pradesh+91-9418120302bhartiomesh@yahoo.com; bhartiomesh@gmail.com 
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 30, 2009
      Dr. Omesh BhartiM.B.B.S.,D.H.M.,M.A.E.(Epidemiology)Directorate of Health ServicesHimachal Pradesh+91-9418120302bhartiomesh@...; bhartiomesh@... 


      --- On Tue, 30/6/09, hutiny <hutiny@...> wrote:

      > From: hutiny <hutiny@...>
      > Subject: [ IFANET- INDIA ] Fwd: Global politics of pharmaceutical monopoly power...
      > To: ifanet-india@...
      > Date: Tuesday, 30 June, 2009, 2:25 PM
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      >
      > Begin forwarded message:
      > From: LIBRARY@...: June 30, 2009 1:47:36 PM
      > GMT+05:30Cc: LIBRARY@...: Global politics of pharmaceutical monopoly
      > power...
      > Global
      > politics of pharmaceutical monopoly power : drug patents,
      > access, innovation and the
      > application   
      > of the WTO Doha Declaration on TRIPS and public
      > health.By:
      > Ellen F M’t HoenNetherlands : AMB Publishers,
      > 2009. 136p.ISBN
      > 9789079700066
      >  
      >  Information
      > contributed by : Dr K
      > Weerasuriya
      >  Electronic
      > file available at: http://www.msfaccess.org/fileadmin/user_upload/medinnov_accesspatents/01-05_BOOK_tHoen_PoliticsofPharmaPower_defnet.pdf
      >  Hardcopy
      > available on loan at: SEARO
      > Library
      >  
      >             
      > In The Global Politics of Pharmaceutical Monopoly Power,
      > Ellen ‘t Hoen explains how the new global rules for
      > pharmaceutical patenting are affecting access to medicines
      > in the developing world.  The book gives an account of
      > the current debates on intellectual property, access to
      > medicines and medical innovation, and provides historical
      > context that explains how the current system
      > emerged.
      >             
      > ‘t Hoen assesses the sometimes courageous, sometimes
      > inexcusable measures the international community and
      > governments have taken in response to the high prices of
      > medicines.  She explains not only the events that led
      > to dramatically improved access to AIDS treatment in
      > developing countries, an issue that has long been in the
      > media spotlight, but also considers how the system affects
      > access to all new medicines.  Her book supports major
      > policy changes in the management of pharmaceutical patents
      > and the way medical innovation is financed in order to
      > protect public health and, in particular, promote access to
      > essential medicines for all.
      >  
      >  Table
      > of Contents
      >  
      >  List of
      > abbreviations and acronymsTimeline of
      > eventsAcknowledgementsExecutive
      > Summary
      >  1. 
      > Introduction
      >  2.  Key
      > IP-related issues in access to new essential
      > medicines
      >  3.  History
      > of the debate on intellectual property protection and
      > pharmaceuticals
      >  4.  The  Doha Declaration on
      > TRIPS and Public Health
      >  5.  Practical
      > implementation of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public
      > Health
      >  6.  Attempts
      > to limit the scope and use of the Doha
      > Declaration
      >  7.  Rationale
      > for the pharmaceutical patent system
      >  8. 
      > Conclusions and recommendations
      >  References
      >  Annex 1 :
      > Declaration on the TRIPS agreement and Public
      > Health
      >  Annex 2 : Selected
      > articles from TRIPS
      >  Annex 3 : 2005
      > Indian Patents (Amendment) Act, Section
      > 3(d)
      >  Annex 4 : 2003 WTO
      > ‘August 30tth’ decision
      >  Annex 5 :
      > Negotiating history of the ‘August 30th decision’
      >  
      >  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Regards,Ms
      > Anchalee ChamchuklinInformation
      > Management and Dissemination (IMD)World
      > Health OrganizationRegional
      > Office for 
      > South-East AsiaIndraprastha
      > Estate,  New
      > Delhi - 110
      > 002, 
      > IndiaTel:
      > + 91-11-23309308, Fax: +
      > 91-11-23370197Email: chamchuklina@...library@...  
      >  
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