UK Opposition Party Wants Compulsory Licenses For ‘Extortionate’ Medicines
Cystic Fibrosis Drug Orkambi Would Be First In Line
The UK’s main opposition party says it would use compulsory licensing to ensure access to “extortionately” priced medicines. Unsurprisingly, the responses are polarized.
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