As the European Union edges toward parliamentary elections, patient advocates have a message for candidates: Prioritise heart health. As outlined in a recently released manifesto from the European Heart Network, a Brussels-based alliance of foundations and associations dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, Members of the European Parliament have the opportunity to support investment … Continued
La Alianza Global para el Acceso de Pacientes explica cómo los atajos, como la licencia obligatoria, puede perjudicar a los pacientes a largo plazo.
The Global Alliance for Patient Access explains how shortcuts like compulsory licensing can hurt patients in the long run.
More than 50 percent of Europeans have raised cholesterol, increasing their risk of heart attack, stroke and death – and costing the EU billions every year in health care expenses and lost productivity. So explains a new “Fast Facts” policy brief from the European Alliance for Patient Access, a division of the Global Alliance for … Continued
England has a plan. It’s comprehensive, long term and aimed at preventing 150,000 heart attacks and strokes over the next 10 years. How? By, among other measures, reducing high cholesterol, hypertension and atrial fibrillation. Recently released by the National Health Service, England’s “Long-Term Plan” outlines national health strategies for a variety of national health needs … Continued
A new international treaty has important implications for patients’ access to innovative treatments. On November 30, during the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires Argentina, President Trump, Prime Minister Trudeau and President Peña Nieto signed the new U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement. Once approved by the U.S. Congress, this trade deal will replace NAFTA as the free … Continued
Patients who are eager for the next generation of treatments and cures will be well served by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. This agreement provides intellectual property protections that promote patient access to innovative medicine, clearing the way for new treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and many other conditions.
El viernes 24 de agosto de 2018 se llevó a cabo el primer webinario de la Academia Latinoamericana de Pacientes. La academia tuvo su primera reunión en la ciudad de Miami el 26 de mayo. Este webinario sirvió como un seguimiento de esa reunión. El tema del webinario enfocaba en la farmacovigilancia como modo … Continued