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- adj. Opposing patents (legal claims to inventions) or the nature of current patent law.
"But there's an international antipatent lobby that doesn't believe drugs should be patented at all."
Yet antipatent activists, with their myopic fixation on price, are relentlessly bullying bureaucrats to follow their advice.
Under pressure from antipatent activists, the WHO in 2004 green-lighted without testing an antiretroviral generic produced by Ranbaxy, an Indian company.
The discussion was triggered by antipatent comments posted on the publisher’s Web site.
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