I think that there are a number of problems that are common in all parts of the world. Among these are: the political and economic power of the pharmaceutical industry, the way that intellectual property rights interfere with access and affordability of medicines, the poor evidentiary base for the safety and effectiveness of many medicines and the increasing ties between regulators and industry, that result in the weakening of regulatory standards.Read more
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