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Panitan Wattanayagorn.

RACGP 51st Annual Scientific Convention with the Wonca Asia Pacific Regional Conference Melbourne 02-05 October 2008.. Panitan Wattanayagorn, a spokesman for the Thai government, said that officials have no intention of reducing the compulsory license program. Thailand reaffirms compulsory licenses compulsory licenses in line with international practice Thais implemented access to medicines, Panitan said. He added that Abhisit Vejjajiva, Thailand’s prime minister has asked the U.S. Representative of the economy, send signals to the U.S.

The program requires patent protection for brand-name drugs against HIV / AIDS, cancer and heart disease to deal with, so that low-cost, generic drugs into the market.. Low costIDS Advocates In Thailand Urge Government mandatory License Program MaintainHIV / AIDS advocates in Thailand plan to meet with officials the government the government not at its compulsory license program, the people in the country to low-cost restrict access, generic versions of drugs such as antiretroviral drugs, AFP / Google.com reports.