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$1–2 Per Month Could Help Solve Access To Essential Medicines Problem, Experts Say

Executive Summary

Just $13 a year could provide a basic set of affordable medicines to all people in low- and middle-income countries, experts commissioned by The Lancet say in a report calling for better access to essential medicines. But views differ as to whether all the recommendations in the report are appropriate or go far enough to address the roots of the problem.

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