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Why the TPP trade deal is a threat to public health

Why the TPP trade deal is a threat to public health

Trade ministers from Canada, the United States and 10 other Pacific Rim countries are meeting in Hawaii July 28-31 to begin final negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement — a deal that could restrict access to lifesaving medicines for millions of people around the world.

Time is running out to change a trade deal that could jeopardize people’s access to affordable medicines at home and abroad. You can help by signing MSF petition asking Prime Minister Harper to not make medicines a luxury at or send an email to the government of Canada with your concerns: and spreading the word.

Why the TPP trade deal is a threat to public health? Check out TPP campaign resources and read more at

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