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Unhealthy drug donations

Gopal Dabade

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2004.008


Abstract

In mid-2002, the German multinational Boehringer Ingelheim got much publicity following its announcement that it would donate the drug nevirapine to developing countries for programmes preventing maternal–foetal transmission of HIV. Company spokespeople stated that this donation was a response to the AIDS crisis in South Africa.

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