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The Medicines Patent Pool is a United Nations-backed organisation established in 2010 to improve access to appropriate, affordable HIV medicines and technologies for people living with HIV in developing countries. Learn more.

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The Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) Broadens Collaboration with Gilead Sciences: Signs Licence for Phase III Medicine Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF)

Announced at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, the agreement seeks to increase access to a promising new HIV medicine in 112 developing countries Melbourne, Australia, July 24, 2014 – At the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne today, the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) announced a new licensing agreement with … Read more

The Medicines Patent Pool Signs A Record Seven New Sub-Licences to Speed the Availability of Generic HIV Medicines to Developing Countries

MPP forges first agreement with a Chinese manufacturer Desano; and with Cipla, Mylan and Micro Labs; Extends Collaborations with Aurobindo, Laurus Labs and Emcure Geneva – 17 July 2014.  Three days before the start of the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) announced seven … Read more

Paediatric HIV Treatment Initiative (PHTI) To Spur Innovation And Access To Improve The Lives Of Children Living With HIV

  UNITAID, DNDi, and the Medicines Patent Pool Gather Global Experts, Health Ministries, and Industry Leaders in Support of the Initiative to Expedite Development and Delivery of New Antiretroviral Formulations – Geneva – 19 May 2014.  On the eve of the 67th World Health Assembly, Ministers of Health from over … Read more

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20-25 July 2014

MPP @ the International AIDS Conference
Melbourne, Australia

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