“All of us are Doha’s children”: How the Doha Declaration 20 years on continues to inspire the work to open up fair access to medicines today

Leena Menghaney
A patient collects her medication at the MSF clinic pharmacy in Churachandpur, Manipur, India. © Jan-Joseph Stok

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This blog is a place to reflect on our experiences working for access to medicines. For the official MSF Access Campaign website please visit msfaccess.org.

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MSF Access Campaign — Medicines Are Not a Luxury

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This blog is a place to reflect on our experiences working for access to medicines. For the official MSF Access Campaign website please visit msfaccess.org.

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