Cheaper drugs

Published: Monday 30 September 2002

uk drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced plans to slash prices of medicines used to treat hiv/aids and malaria. The drug giant proposes to apply the latest cost cuts to their 'not-for-profit prices' scheme. Under this plan, GSK and other companies provide medicines at cheaper rates to developing countries.

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