Rethinking the role of intellectual property policy in the HIV response in the East Africa Community

Rethinking the role of intellectual property policy in the HIV response in the East Africa Community

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Provisions of the Draft Regional Intellectual Property Policy and Protocol on TRIPS Flexibilities
and Public Health should be used to improve the anti-counterfeiting legislations being
developed by the East African Community (EAC) and its member states. This will, among other
things, contribute to region’s response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic by promoting and guaranteeing
expanded supply and access to safe and efficacious generic antiretroviral medicines