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South Africa's ARVs dropout rate worries UN

The world can learn from South Africa’s “impressive” roll-out of anti-retroviral treatment to more than two million people, but too many patients on treatment are being “lost” in the system.

Published
09 April 2014
From
Times Live
Gilead Sciences: How serious is the pricing problem?

There really isn’t much precedent at all for branded companies competing on price in a MAJOR (~double digit) way. Plenty of companies play around with rebates and discounts, but it’s rare that the net price difference between major brands is more than a few percentage points.

Published
09 April 2014
From
Barron's
Gilead aims to license hepatitis C drug to 3-4 Indian firms

Gilead Sciences aims to license its new hepatitis C drug Sovaldi to three or four Indian generic manufacturers to allow sales of the medicine at lower prices in some 60 developing nations.

Published
09 April 2014
From
Reuters
Express Scripts Raises Pressure on Gilead for Drug Price

Express Scripts Holding Co. (ESRX), a pharmacy benefit manager that handles more than 1 billion prescriptions annually in the U.S., is ratcheting up its effort to force Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD) to cut the $84,000 price of its new hepatitis C pill Sovaldi.

Published
08 April 2014
From
Bloomberg
Giving treatment to specific high-risk people may bring down HIV faster than distributing it equally

In a concentrated epidemic, HIV is mainly restricted to – or at least more common in – specific risk groups. In this situation, and if universal

Published
08 April 2014
By
Gus Cairns
Global Fund And Tiered Medicines Pricing Under Debate

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has launched an initiative with other agencies aimed at expanding global access to health products such as medicines. But the Fund has had some explaining to do about the initiative, which some say could encompass a plan to allow different prices based on national income levels.

Published
08 April 2014
From
Intellectual Property Watch
Briefing: Punitive aid cuts disrupts healthcare in Uganda

Since the enactment of a draconian anti-homosexuality bill in Uganda just over a month ago, donors have been slashing or suspending aid to the country in protest. Health officials, activists and NGOs warn that this could have a major impact on healthcare services, particularly for HIV/AIDS patients.

Published
08 April 2014
From
IRIN
Uganda police raid U.S. military AIDS clinic, order it shut

Activists in Uganda report that plain-clothes police raided a U.S. military-affiliated AIDS services clinic in Kampala today, accused it of promoting homosexuality, and ordered it to close. The clinic has been one of relatively few health-care facilities in the city that willingly treat LGBT people.

Published
03 April 2014
From
76crimes.com
The Impact of the Welfare Reform on People Living With HIV in England

Based on a survey of 287 people diagnosed with HIV across England the report found that two-thirds of were affected by benefit changes, with nine out of ten reporting poorer health and limited access to HIV care as a result. Handling of the reforms is criticised in the report, in particular assessments and their failure in supporting some of the most vulnerable in our community.

Published
03 April 2014
From
Positively UK
Treatment 2015 situation room

Tool allowing visualisation and global comparison of HIV treatment coverage, HIV prevalence, incidence, investments, drug stockouts and policies.

Published
03 April 2014
From
UNAIDS

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