access to medicines
India is known as the pharmacy of the world but 65% of Indians have no access to essential medicines. This video explains how the State of Rajasthan in India is tackling the problem by promoting generic medicines and providing these free of charge in the public sector.
Poor-quality, or “substandard”, medicines threaten patients and public health in developing countries.
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