The WHO has delayed its controversial EB 124/14 amendment that would, according to some groups, broaden the organisation’s definition of “counterfeit” from its current focus on patient health to include infringements of intellectual property.
Advances in organic electronics have allowed UK-based Novalia to
develop a proprietary technology for circuit printing on packaging
- using conventional printing equipment - which can be used to
identify when a package has been tampered...
The World Health Organisation has set up its Commission on
Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health (CIPIH),
charged with working out a way to provide access to medicines in
developing countries without compromising...