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Statements

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Below are statements and declarations from our campaign partners commiting to common goals and actions in the fight against poor-quality medicines.

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The Oxford Statement

Oxford, England | 2 November 2018

This short statement coming out of the first-ever Medicine Quality & Public Health conference at Keble College highlights the significance and importance of medicine quality and the actions we must take together to make quality medical products affordable and accessible to all. The conference showcased valuable research, allowed partners to forge powerful synergies and ignited a global conversation on medicine quality. Participants signed onto the Oxford Statement to display their continued committment to ensuring that everyone, everywhere has access to safe, quality medicines.

 
 
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Medicines We Can Trust Campaign Rallies Mekong Governments and Leaders to Improve Access to Quality Medicines

Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 7 November 2018

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and other leaders from the Greater Mekong Subregion joined hands as part of a global campaign to improve access to quality medicines. The announcement was made during the Phnom Penh Regional Conference on the fight against falsified, substandard and unlicensed medical products.