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“The drug was between 17 percent and 41 percent cheaper than its patented version, Zerit, which is produced by Bristol-Myers Squibb.”
“Bristol-Myers Squibb holds the patent on stavudine under the brand name Zerit; GlaxoSmithKline of Britain developed lamivudine, also known as Heptovir; and Boehringer Ingelheim of Germany holds the rights to nevirapine under the name Viramune.”
“R33. 60 for a month's supply, compared to R40. 54 for Zerit.”
“Aspen obtained a voluntary licence from Bristol-Myers Squibb to manufacture a generic of Zerit.”
“Aspen has licences to the generics of combivir, AZT and 3TC and access to the generics for the patents over Zerit and Videx.”
“Zerit available in South Africa at no cost - effectively opening the market to its generic competitors.”
“Strachan said his company was so convinced that nobody could beat its price for Zerit and Videx, that it would grant a voluntary licence to any competitor able to do so.”
“Zerit and Videx are two of the most commonly used anti-retroviral medicines and are used to suppress the level of the HI virus.”
“Bristol-Myers Squibb recently cut the price of its AIDS drugs Videx and Zerit in developing countries to a combined dlrs 1 a day from the dlrs 18 it sells for in the United States.”
“Bristol-Myers did not intend to restrict access to Zerit by enforcing its patent.”
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