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The EU wants India to adopt tough new patent protection rules for drugs so that no new generic drug could be sold in India without the permission of the company that owned the brand name version of the drug, said James Love at Knowledge Ecology International.
For Thiru Balasubramaniam, a health expert at the NGO Knowledge Ecology International, the intense debate this week was a "signal that many developing countries have lost confidence in IMPACT and WHO" on the issue of counterfeits.
EU Campaigner Sharpens the Tone -- World's Leading Software Freedom Activist Richard Stallman, Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) and Open Rights Group (ORG) ask European Commission to Protect Competition by Blocking Intended Acquisition BRUSSELS, Belgium, October 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Oracle Corporation [ORCL] meets an increasingly vocal resistance to its US$7.
James Love of Knowledge Ecology International called for massively reorganizing the pharmaceutical industry.
Washington Convention Center IAC Media Center, PCR #3 WHO: Moderator: James Driscoll, PhD, Consultant, AIDS Healthcare Foundation PANEL: Krista Cox, Staff Attorney, Knowledge Ecology International (KEI), will speak on the bill from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders known as the Medical Innovation Prize Fund Act, which would eliminate legal barriers to making and selling generics, including vaccines, and create a fund equal to .
International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet, International Dyslexia Association, International Dyslexia Association -- New York Branch, Jewish Guild for the Blind, Knowledge Ecology International, Learning Disabilities Association of America, Lighthouse International, National Center for Learning Disabilities, National Disability Rights Network, National Federation of the Blind, NISH, National Spinal Cord Injury Association, United Cerebral Palsy, and Xavier Society for the Blind.
Other consignments which were halted in the EU were bound for countries including Ecuador, Mexico, Colombia and Peru, according to James Love, who heads Knowledge Ecology International, an NGO that deals with subjects including intellectual property on health issues.