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- Scrutinized: The TRIPS Agreement and Public Health
- TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and increasing access to medicines: policy options for Ghana
- TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: The Post Doha Crises
It reaffirmed flexibility of TRIPS member states in circumventing patent rights for better access to essential medicines. These provisions in the Declaration ensure that governments may issue compulsory licenses on patents for medicines, or take other steps to protect public health. This decision created a mechanism to allow WTO members to issue compulsory licences to export generic versions of patented medicines to countries with insufficient or no manufacturing capacity in the pharmaceutical sector.
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Scrutinized: The TRIPS Agreement and Public Health
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Agitha Published Business. Though the Doha Declaration on TRIPS Agreement and Public Health has clarified that public health has predominance over private commercial interests, the victory of public health over trade interests appears to be momentary. The big pharmaceutical industries and the developed countries, using trade sanctions, effectively prevented developing countries from making full use of the flexibilities in the TRIPS Agreement procured by the Doha Declaration. Save to Library. Create Alert.
TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and increasing access to medicines: policy options for Ghana
Author used legal research methods to get the result. Advice from author, firstly there should be legal reforms in Act Patent to enhance the article fully support access to public health, secondly their efforts to optimize pharmaceutical industry through appointment of other pharmaceutical industry to produce drugs Antiretroviral besides chemical pharma, thirdly government should enhance further technical provisions of compulsory licensing programs such as compulsory licenses, in order to assist the government to implement the mandate of the task in fulfilling rights of all people. Kapten Mukhtar Basri No. Surat Pernyataan dan Persetujuan. User Username Password Remember me. Language English Indonesian. Remember me.
TRIPS agreement and access to drugs in developing countries. The TRIPS Agreement brought about very important changes in international standards relating to intellectual property rights. Because of its far-reaching implications it is one of the most controversial components of the WTO system. In this article, the author states that as adopted, the implementation of paragraph 6 is unlikely to put strong pressure on patent owners to lower their prices or negotiate voluntary licenses. The author highlights that controversies are likely to continue, especially as developed countries seek TRIPS-plus protection via interpretation or negotiation of bilateral and regional agreements, and as patents over trivial developments are granted and used to block or delay generic competition.
TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: The Post Doha Crises
This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License, which permits for noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any digital medium, provided the original work is properly cited and is not altered in any way. Critics argue that the TRIPS agreement provides unnecessarily strong protection of intellectual property rights which serves to prevent the ill in developing nations from having access to affordable essential medications. The first recommendation that this paper makes is to provide two sets of intellectual property protection, one that applies to essential medications such as AIDS drugs and certain antibiotics and another that applies to drugs that treat non-life threatening conditions.