Alicia Koch

Panafrica - Cameroon
At a time when over seventy per cent of Africans still lack access to treatments against HIV, malaria and tuberculosis, among other diseases, Cameroon has taken a giant step to develop the production of generic drugs with the help of the African Union. Much less expensive than brand drugs, these drugs will be accessible to a greater number of people at affordable prices.


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