News

2014

Abysmal decisions: Why the EC’s medicinal units shouldn’t be moved to DG Industry

Democracy violation: European Commission rejects citizens’ initiative to stop TTIP and CETA

Organic farming practices at Highgrove could offer "princely" contribution to curtailing antibiotic resistance

School's IN for summer: HAI staff and interns inspired by Utrecht University's course on pharmaceutical policy analysis

Setting precedents: EMA must get clinical trial data policy right to truly act in public interest

HAI Europe calls on EMA's Management Board to stand for data transparency

BMJ statins debate about scientific independence, not rigour

Hoping for "harmony" on global antibiotic resistance strategy

Week in review: Outcomes from WHA67

Progress on access to medicines at WHA67, but WHO funding sorely needed

World Health Assembly: HAI and ARC intervention on antimicrobial resistance, including antibiotic resistance

World Health Assembly 67: HAI and KEI intervention on the Consultative Expert Working Group on Research and Development

World Health Assembly 67: HAI intervention on access to essential medicines

World Health Assembly 67: HAI intervention on the WHO's framework of engagement with non-state actors

Action on antimicrobial resistance: It’s about time (and we’re running out)

Tamiflu review shows desperate need for full clinical trials data transparency

Governments must ensure Big Pharma’s expansion in Africa doesn’t impede generics supply

New materials help assess medicines policies and interventions

A new (and improved) model to regulate pharmaceutical promotion

Enhancing accountability in the medicines market: The Medicines Transparency Alliance

Bayer CEO's callous comments highlight failure of current biomedical innovation model

Leaks and Lies: Pharma’s strategy to derail South Africa’s intellectual property reforms exposed

Selected R&D demonstration projects disappointing: Innovation models with new incentive mechanisms needed

Regulation critical to clinical trials data transparency in Europe

2013

When politicians go to the movies

True clinical trials transparency? Not quite, EFPIA.

Conference contemplations: ‘Pharmaceuticals and global health – inequalities and innovation in the 21st century’

Good week for access to affordable medicines

Despite concrete steps forward, the ENVI vote on clinical trials regulation falls short on transparency

Bracing for another delay – open innovation at the WHO?