Canada-EU Trade Agreement: Harper negotiates higher drug costs, seniors and provinces to pay the bill

Throwing drug patents into a trade agreement is like throwing deregulation into a budget omnibus bill. It is intended to pass below the radar and evade public scrutiny. We need to take patents out of secret trade agreements and impose conditions that benefit the public interest in exchange for drug monopolies.

By Michael McBane

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 7:55 PM

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