Press release: A new resource has recently been launched to help Latin American patients understand biological medicines and make informed decisions about their care.
Call for applications: join the Advisory Committee for the 7th Global Patients Congress in 2016.
This week the World Health Organization (WHO) launched a new global strategy and campaign for injection safety.
Rare Disease Day took place on 28 February 2015, uniting patients and patients’ organizations around the world to raise awareness about rare diseases.
The importance of universal health coverage and the need for transparency at the World Health Organization's Executive Board meeting, January 2015.
IAPO Americas is an online platform which provides patients’ organizations from across the region of Latin America with up-to-date, evidence-based information on the science, technology and regulatory information relevant to biological and biosimilar medicines.
The first anniversary of the Consensus Framework for Ethical Collaboration, between patients’ organizations, healthcare professionals and the pharmaceutical industry, was marked on the fringes of the 135th World Health Organization Executive Board meeting in Geneva, on 26 January 2015.
IAPO members in Chile have been involved in the introduction of a new law to cover the treatment of high cost diseases.

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