Pharmaceutical Patenting In India: Problem Of Public Access To Health
Ayush upmanyu
India has long been a model for developing countries, adapting drug laws to meet domestic health needs, placing greater emphasis on the needs of the general public, and thereby responding to their growth. Most of India's population lives below the poverty line, and most of the medical costs have to be paid at their own expense, due to lack of medical care, accessibility, affordability and availability of medicines. Clarifies that is facing a serious health crisis. Indian Patent Law provides for exclusivity under Section 3 (d). "By protecting access to medicines for the poor, the Agreement strikes a good balance between its mission and the Agreement on Trade-related Aspects of International Trade (TRIPS)."
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Unique Paper ID: 157459

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 248 - 252
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