Ojo-publico.com presents a multinational investigation performed by journalistic teams from six countries that brings out to light the methods of the pharmaceutical industry to stretch out their monopolies.
The high cost of medicines in Peru has returned to the public agenda at a key moment through a legislative project that could lead to the country’s first compulsory drug license.
Twelve pharmaceutical companies finance the International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations, which includes 65 groups in Latin America. In Peru, Ojo-publico.com reveals the case of Esperantra.
HIV sufferers are fleeing from a Venezuela without antiretrovirals. Dozens have migrated to Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic in search of access to life-saving medicines.