When big pharma has all the power, what choice do countries like South Korea have?

Sinhye Ha first joined MSF in 2016 as the External Relations Advisor for MSF Korea, where she focused on issues around access to medicines, as well as advocating around humanitarian crises. She joined MSF’s Access Campaign in July 2021.
© Nicolas Guyonnet MSF urges pharma companies to share mRNA vaccine technology with manufacturers in low- and middle-income countries to boost local production and supply of COVID-19 vaccines. MSF also urges remaining opposing countries to stop blocking a global IP waiver on COVID-19 medical tools during the pandemic.

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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

MSF Access Campaign — Medicines Are Not a Luxury

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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