Mexico could benefit from upgraded intellectual property rules to become a regional biotech hub, write Alberto Saracho and Philip Stevens.
The delinkage agenda under discussion in Geneva, while well-intentioned, is a distraction from practical solutions to increase access to medicines.
Understanding how exactly these structurally similar molecules work on the human body requires significant investments of time, money and expertise, write Jack Ellis and Philip Stevens.
Patents are necessary to incentivise research into this vital area of medicine, write Philip Stevens and Jack Ellis
Combining different drugs into a single pill can have enormous therapeutic benefits but research and development is difficult and costly, write Philip Stevens and Jack Ellis
Global IP rules need a refresh to take account of rapidly changing technology, write Philip Stevens and Nigel Cory.
The European Commission is undermining innovation on the continent through its contradictory policy making around innovation.
El país podría construir una bioeconomía si trabajara en reducir las barreras regulatorias. Por ejemplo, en promedio toma 225 días para que el gobierno apruebe una prueba clínica. En Singapur es menos de un mes.
The upgrading of India’s IP laws as a result of its WTO commitments has confounded sceptics by encouraging its generics companies to move towards innovation.