Global Pharmaceutical Policy: Ensuring Medicines for Tomorrow's World

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There is a strong argument that people throughout the world have a right to receive the medicines they need in an appropriate, affordable, and timely way. Global Pharmaceutical Policy describes the laws, policies, and customs relating to the development a
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Edward Elgar Publishing
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Published on
Jan 1, 2009
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308
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ISBN
9781849801843
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English
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Law / Medical Law & Legislation
Medical / Health Policy
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