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Access Delayed = Access Denied

About a third of the global population today or around 2 billion people have no access to medicines, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This figure includes a large number in Southeast Asia.[1]

Governments play a crucial role in ensuring that affordable medicines are made available especially for the poorest sectors. Unfortunately, public health systems across the region are in a state of decline due to lack of resources, political commitment and leadership.[2] Continue Reading: Access Delayed Access Denied

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