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Even medicines aren't being spared the vegetarian rod.
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They also have to inform the court about their progress.
The most common and often misleading perception is a stronger patent regime will increase the prices of medicines, hitting the poor harder as they spend a larger portion of their disposable income towards medical treatment. But as we argue in this article, a patent has little or no impact in raising the price of essential drugs.
It's a sight you just can't miss! The septuagenarian with a struggling swagger stands out in his bright saffron pyjama-kurta with bold printing on the front (in Hindi) and back (in English) announcing his credentials as a 'Mobile Medicine Bank'.
Lupin Ltd., India's fourth-largest drugmaker by sales, has agreed to buy U.S. peer GAVIS Pharmaceuticals LLC for $880 million to increase its presence in the United States, where slow sales growth has...