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Patent Pool Strikes Deals with Cipla, Pfizer For New HIV, TB Drugs

Executive Summary

The Medicines Patent Pool, a UN-backed public health organization, has announced deals with two major global pharma firms aimed at providing innovative, effective and affordable treatment for people - including children - living with HIV and TB. 

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