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China, Brazil Should Not Be In AIDS Drug Patent Pool, Gilead Says

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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HONG KONG - The number of partnerships among multinational pharmaceutical companies for HIV/AIDS drugs is on the rise, driven in part by the growing need for combination products to which no single company owns all the patents

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