Policy Flow - Solvency The poor countries in Sub Saharan...

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Solvency Solvency Solvency The poor countries in Sub Saharan Africa have no infrastructure in place Reliance on FDA approval will not approve generics fast enough Patents are not common, and therefore their . FDA isn’t too slow. plan is not inherent We are not suggesting a cure but prolonging their life. Patents More convenient because drugs are combined into to pills taken once each daily Viral drugs can’t be introduced to quickly without the proper training given to the proper people Drug Smuggling: Drugs will be stolen and sold by other governments funding crime and leading to possible terrorist activities. Profits will be reduced Thieves can’t steal the drugs because the drugs aren’t being stolen now and the same stuff is going on right now. Wealthier countries wont have counterfeit drugs. Investments are really high right now an it would be a bad time to break off patents Plan doesn’t provide a plan to prevent parallel importation Dis Ad: Elections in Kenya where Kibacki will loose. Polls that say this.
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