[Ip-health] Patents Against People: How Drug Companies Price Patients out of Survival

Baker, Brook b.baker at neu.edu
Tue Oct 1 10:30:06 PDT 2013


This is a strong, passionate article describing the battle being waged between pharma and patients.
Michelle Chen, Patents Against People: How Drug Companies Price Patients out of Survival, Dissent (Fall 2013) http://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/patents-against-people-how-drug-companies-price-patients-out-of-survival

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