Action at last on Hepatitis C?


The decision to issue a government-use licence to make a generic drug available is a breakthrough in the fight to cure 500,000 Hepatitis C patients in Malaysia. 

A GOVERNMENT decision to make a generic Hepatitis C medicine available is expected to drastically bring down the treatment costs and potentially cure hundreds of thousands of Malaysian patients in the years ahead.

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Opinion , Martin Khor , columnist

   

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