Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health by Johanna Gibson
(Intellectual Property, Theory, Culture)

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This book examines a series of current issues in public health practice and policy arising from intellectual property protection, commercialisation, and trade developments. After introducing basic issues in patent law and trade marks (particularly pharmaceuticals), and other related aspects of intellectual property laws that impact upon medical innovation, research, and public health, the book examines in detail key concerns in the current international debates on intellectual property, public health, and development.

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Published April 1, 2009 by Ashgate. 232 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction