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Can India, S Africa COVID IPR Waiver Request Gain Traction?

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A proposal from India and South Africa to unlock patents on COVID-19 medicines and tools has put the spotlight back on intellectual property rights issues. Pharma may want to keep a close eye on progress, especially if momentum builds or issues are left open-ended.

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