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  • At the 1996 Bielefeld event, Dr. Bala's presentation was memorable, in part because of the compelling data he presented to illustrate his concerns about the impact of patents on drug prices and access to medicines, and in part because of his scholarly research, lucid presentation style, wry sense of humor and caring attitude.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • I remember Dr. Bala's surveys of drug pricing illustrating the weak relationship between ability to pay and drug company prices (Pfizer charging more in Indonesia than in Canada for the same drug), and his thoughtful comparison of the 1474 Venetian Statute on Industrial Brevets (the first patent law) to modern legal frameworks for dealing with government use of patents or abuses of patent rights.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • At the 1996 Bielefeld event, Dr. Bala's presentation was memorable, in part because of the compelling data he presented to illustrate his concerns about the impact of patents on drug prices and access to medicines, and in part because of his scholarly research, lucid presentation style, wry sense of humor and caring attitude.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • At the 1996 Bielefeld event, Dr. Bala's presentation was memorable, in part because of the compelling data he presented to illustrate his concerns about the impact of patents on drug prices and access to medicines, and in part because of his scholarly research, lucid presentation style, wry sense of humor and caring attitude.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • At the 1996 Bielefeld event, Dr. Bala's presentation was memorable, in part because of the compelling data he presented to illustrate his concerns about the impact of patents on drug prices and access to medicines, and in part because of his scholarly research, lucid presentation style, wry sense of humor and caring attitude.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • I remember Dr. Bala's surveys of drug pricing illustrating the weak relationship between ability to pay and drug company prices (Pfizer charging more in Indonesia than in Canada for the same drug), and his thoughtful comparison of the 1474 Venetian Statute on Industrial Brevets (the first patent law) to modern legal frameworks for dealing with government use of patents or abuses of patent rights.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • I remember Dr. Bala's surveys of drug pricing illustrating the weak relationship between ability to pay and drug company prices (Pfizer charging more in Indonesia than in Canada for the same drug), and his thoughtful comparison of the 1474 Venetian Statute on Industrial Brevets (the first patent law) to modern legal frameworks for dealing with government use of patents or abuses of patent rights.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • I remember Dr. Bala's surveys of drug pricing illustrating the weak relationship between ability to pay and drug company prices (Pfizer charging more in Indonesia than in Canada for the same drug), and his thoughtful comparison of the 1474 Venetian Statute on Industrial Brevets (the first patent law) to modern legal frameworks for dealing with government use of patents or abuses of patent rights.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • I remember Dr. Bala's surveys of drug pricing illustrating the weak relationship between ability to pay and drug company prices (Pfizer charging more in Indonesia than in Canada for the same drug), and his thoughtful comparison of the 1474 Venetian Statute on Industrial Brevets (the first patent law) to modern legal frameworks for dealing with government use of patents or abuses of patent rights.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

  • At the 1996 Bielefeld event, Dr. Bala's presentation was memorable, in part because of the compelling data he presented to illustrate his concerns about the impact of patents on drug prices and access to medicines, and in part because of his scholarly research, lucid presentation style, wry sense of humor and caring attitude.

    James Love: Dr K. Balasubramaniam Will Be Missed

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