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The price of prescription drugs lies at the heart of two major public
health issues: distributing antiretroviral medicines for use against the
global AIDS epidemic and purchasing medications from Canada by U.S.
consumers using the Internet. Both situations highlight the need to reduce
financial barriers to access to medications, while maintaining incentives to
promote pharmaceutical innovation.
For better or worse, the World Trade Organization’s (WTO)
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
is a global nexus for drug access issues.2
In TRIPS-related

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