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Patient Group Says Sri Lanka Stalling On Forcing Down Drug Costs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

A patients group accuses Sri Lanka's health minister of stalling on implementing a new policy to lower the cost of drugs. A spokesman for the health minister in turn blamed a committee of stakeholders considering legislation for delaying the proposed National Medicinal Drugs Policy. The People's Movement for the Rights of Patients in Sri Lanka said that in addition to complaining about that delay and another to a proposed Charter of Patients Rights, it wants movement on a constitutional amendment to make health a fundamental right. (Click here for more
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