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[afro-nets] Pharmaceutical colonialism in Africa (3)


  • From: Claudio Schuftan <claudio@hcmc.netnam.vn>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 20:10:11 +0700

Pharmaceutical colonialism in Africa (3)
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Notes and Bibliography - apologies for omission


(1) Complément d'enquête, France 2, 17 January 2005.

(2) The case remains unresolved.

(3) US department of health & human services, Washington, 2001.

(4) See Harry M Marks, The Progress of Experiment: Science and
Therapeutic Reform in the United States, 1900-1990, Cambridge
University Press, 2000.

(5) To verify the effectiveness of the drug, those participating
are divided into two groups, one of which receives a dummy tab-
let that does not contain the active ingredient.

(6) See the Pan-African bioethics initiative website

(7) See Patrick Trouillet, C. Battistella, J. Pinel, Bernard Pé-
coul, « Is orphan drog status beneficial to tropical disease
control? », Tropical Medicine and International Health, Oxford,
1999, 4, p. 412-420.

(8) Philippe Kourilsky, Vaccination : quand l'éthique devient
immorale, Pour la Science, Paris, 2004.

(9) See the report to the French prime minister, Philippe
Kourilsky and Geneviève Viney, Le principe de précaution, Odile
Jacob and Documentation française, Paris, 2000.