(2002; 41 pages) [French] [Spanish]
Sources and Prices of Selected Drugs and Diagnostics for People Living with HIV/AIDS
A JOINT UNICEF - UNAIDS SECRETARIAT - WHO - MSF PROJECT
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WHO/Department of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy: www.who.int/medicines
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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF): www.accessmed-msf.org
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Information on HIV/AIDS diagnostic support, HIV test kit evaluations and bulk procurement are available on the WHO/Department of Blood Safety and Clinical Technology website: www.who.int/bct
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WHO, UNICEF, the UNAIDS Secretariat, and Médecins Sans Frontières have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of price, supplier, and other information presented in this report. Reader’s attention is drawn to the introduction, which describes the specific sources and limitations of information provided in this report.
Reader’s attention is also drawn to the importance of quality assurance for pharmaceutical products. Licensing authorities in the respective countries of manufacture are expected to be responsible for the review and approval of the detailed composition and formulation when authorizing a pharmaceutical product to be marketed, including the specifications of its ingredients, as submitted by the manufacturer of the dosage form, and to oversee compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice requirements as recommended by WHO.
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