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Health policy or intellectual property policy? The fight over Bill C-91

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Adapted from the Canadian Healthcare Association's submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry currently reviewing Bill C-91, an Act to amend the Patent Act. Discusses the controversy surrounding this legislation, which extended patent protection to brand-name drug manufacturers to 20 years before generic copies of pharmaceuticals can be introduced on to the market.
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Keywords: Canada; Patients; Pharmaceutical industry

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 April 1997

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