Episode

4/3 Brook K. Baker: Trade Deals Give Unprecedented Corporate Power At Cost of Human Lives

April 3, 2013

The importance of the Indian Supreme Court’s decision on generic drugs, why the bar is lower for generic drug production in the United States,why Pharma companies drive inefficiency and threaten global health, why pharma companies are primarily marketing firms , why medicine is a “Global Public Good” and why “free trade agreements” are simply a giveaway for corporations.

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