UNITAID Deputy Executive Director Speaks With EurActiv About ROI For Health Spending In Developing Countries

EurActiv: UNITAID: Health spending in developing countries brings a ‘five-fold return’
“Access to new treatments for the big pandemics in Africa has improved, thanks to falling prices, and the ending of medical patents, Philippe Duneton told EurActiv France. Philippe Duneton is the deputy executive director of UNITAID, an international organization which aims to facilitate access to treatments against AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis in low-income countries. UNITAID is in great part financed by a solidarity levy on airline tickets. Duneton spoke to Cécile Barbière…” (4/25).

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