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Malaria Control \'may require use of DDT\' -- SAPA, The Natal Witness, 2003-04-22
  SAPA\'s feature article on the use of DDT in malaria control.

Más medicinas falsificadas provenientes de China -- Dr. Roger Bate, Todito.com, 2003-04-08
  Dr. Roger Bate writes of the threat of fake drugs from Mexico (text in Spanish)

China\'s Drug Abuse -- Dr. Roger Bate, TechCentralStation, 2003-04-02
  Dr. Roger Bate writes on the problem of illicit drug production in China and the consquent danger for patients around the world.

Anti-malaria use of DDT may be necessary evil -- Katherine Arie, Reuters, 2003-04-02
  Katherine Arie writes for Reuters on the beneficial use of DDT in the fight against malaria.

New Global Villain -- Dr. Roger Bate, TechCentralStation, 2003-03-27
  Dr. Roger Bate writes on how the pharmaceutical industry is now portrayed as a global villain by activists, authors and the press alike.

Better Living Through Chemistry -- Alexander Gourevitch, The Washington Monthly, 2003-03-01
  Alexander Gourevitch discusses the political economy surrounding malaria control and the use of DDT in Africa.

AIDS it is now up to African leaders -- Richard Tren, Business Day, 2003-02-18
  Richard Tren writes that he welcomes President Bush\'s pledge of financial support to Africa in order to fight Aids, but that the main problem has been a lack of political support within Africa. It is high time that African leaders started taking responsiblity for the disease themselves.

Patent relaxation threatens Aids drugs -- Dr. Roger Bate, Financial Times, 2003-02-18
  Roger Bate argues that the US Trade Representative should continue to argue in favour of patent protection, as patents provide important incentives to R&D; and are not blocking access to drugs.

Realism on African AIDS -- Dr. Roger Bate, TechCentralStation, 2003-02-05
  Roger Bate comments on the prospects for President Bush\'s AIDS funding in Africa.

An IP Regime Change -- John E Calfee PhD, TechCentralStation, 2003-01-24
  John E Calfee from the American Enterprise Institute argues in favour of a strong patent regime and supports the US position on TRIPS.

Patents are not the problem with drug access -- Richard Tren, Financial Times, 2003-01-02
  Richard Tren\'s letter to the Financial Times concerning access to drugs in poor countries.

Africa Needs DDT -- Richard Tren, New York Times, 2002-12-28
  Richard Tren responds to the excellent editorial in the New York Times supporting the use of DDT in malaria control.

Fighting Malaria with DDT -- NYT Editorial, New York Times, 2002-12-23
  One of the leading newspapers in the US argues in favour of DDT use in malaria control. This is an important step forward and will hopefully encourage Aid agencies to change their anti-DDT stance.

Intellectual property rights can be catalyst for growth -- Stuart Eizenstat, Business Day, 2002-12-20
  Stuart Eizenstat (formerly of the Clinton Adminstration) argues that economic development requires intellectual property protection and that drug patents are not blocking access to drugs.

Africans Dying in Staggering Numbers -- Richard Tren, York Sunday Record, 2002-12-08
  Richard Tren writes on the ongoing WTO negotiations and the misguided and unhelpful attacks against intellectual property rights for drugs.


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