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Pfizer Announces Low-Cost Drugs for 45 of World's Poorest Countries

Pfizer Announces Low-Cost Drugs for 45 of World's Poorest Countries

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced it will supply its current and future patent-protected medicines and vaccines on a not-for-profit basis to the world’s poorest countries, as part of a new initiative announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday.  This new commitment, “An Accord for a Healthier World”, focuses on five areas: infectious diseases, cancer, inflammation, rare diseases and women’s health.  Click here to learn more.  

 

 

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