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U.K. Offers $13.4 Million To India For Cheap AIDS, Malaria Drugs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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The United Kingdom is offering more than $13.4 million to fund Indian drug makers that make lower-cost drug to fight AIDS and malaria. The program is set to begin next year and last through 2012 to provide technical support to firms that carry drugs through the registration stage and are willing to negotiate prices for them. The program is estimated to have a potential to help more than 11 million people gain access to treatment during the period. The U.K. government is working with the Clinton Foundation to help Indian drug makers make cheaper drugs for the diseases. (Click here for more

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