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1.2 million Anti-platelet Pills Arrived in Thailand

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008 Posted in Chalermsak Kittitrakul | 3 Comments »

The first shipment of 1.2 million generic Clopidogrel tablets from India has arrived in Thailand on 18th June 2008, which has improved the lives of thousands of poor patients who are suffering from chronic cardiovascular diseases (CVD), such as stroke ...

US Congressional support to Thailand’s Compulsory License Issuance

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008 Posted in Chalermsak Kittitrakul | No Comments »

Picture from Wikipedia Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles B. Rangel (D-NY), Trade Subcommittee Chairman Sander M. Levin (D-MI), Committee Members Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) and Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) urged in a letter to the United States Trade Representative (USTR) Susan ...

Overcoming Language Barrier: Fighting against AIDS in Children

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008 Posted in Chalermsak Kittitrakul | No Comments »

Photo by Tom Greenwood Nurses at Hatyai Hospital in the southern Songkla province of Thailand found difficulty in getting a life-and-death message across to a new mother. Communication became a hardship because the patient was a Burmese migrant worker, getting a ...

Affordable drugs policy must remain intact, says Oxfam

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008 Posted in Chalermsak Kittitrakul | No Comments »

Thailand’s new ‘action plan’ for talks this week with US must not undermine the life-saving policy BANGKOK (June 11, 2008)-The Thai government should keep the country’s successful policy on affordable medicines intact during its talks with US this week on copyright ...

Media Clipping, Govt may scrap compulsory licensing for medicines

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Chalermsak Kittitrakul | No Comments »

Bangkok Post>> General news >> Saturday June 07, 2008 APIRADEE TREERUTKUARKUL Thailand may soon scrap compulsory licensing (CL) to bypass drug patents and widen access to life-saving medicines, Public Health Minister Chaiya Sasomsab said yesterday.