SA pharmaceutical manufacturer Adcock Ingram has joined an international coalition of generic drugmakers pledging to work together to accelerate access to Covid-19 treatments for low and middle-income countries via the non-profit Medicines Patent Pool (MPP). 

The MPP was launched 10 years ago by the global health initiative Unitaid, funded by a levy on airline tickets. It has previously struck deals with several pharmaceutical companies to share their patents on treatments for HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C with generic manufacturers in low and middle-income countries, including Adcock Ingram, which signed an agreement to make the HIV treatment dolutegravir...

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