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Rapport laat zien dat farmaceutische bedrijven zich meer inzetten dan twee jaar geleden om medicijnen in ontwikkelingslanden beschikbaar en betaalbaar te maken
Date:11/27/2012

AMSTERDAM, November 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

De gezaghebbende Access to Medicine Index rangschikt elke twee jaar de top-20 farmaceutische bedrijven aan de hand van hun inspanningen om meer mensen in ontwikkelingslanden toegang te geven tot medicijnen. De nieuwste editie, die woensdag is verschenen, laat zien dat er branchebreed meer wordt gedaan dan in 2010. GlaxoSmithKline heeft nog altijd de leiding, maar een groeiende kopgroep komt steeds dichterbij.

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Johnson & Johnson is een van de sterkste stijgers. Was het met een 9e plek in 2010 een goede middenmoter, dit jaar springt het bedrijf naar de 2e plaats, direct achter GlaxoSmithKline. Het is daarmee een van de twee nieuwkomers in de top drie. De stijging is vooral te danken aan het feit dat het bedrijf alle activiteiten rond toegang tot medicijnen heeft samengebracht binnen één businessunit, wat heeft geleid tot een meer strategische en geïntegreerde aanpak. Ook de overname van vaccinproducent Crucell heeft een positief effect gehad, omdat investeringen in research & development hierdoor nog meer gewicht hebben gekregen. Tot slot heeft het bedrijf als geheel meer inzage gegeven in zijn activiteiten rond toegang tot medicijnen.

"De Index van 2012 laat zien dat bedrijven zich intern beter organiseren als het gaat om toegang tot medicijnen en dat de bedrijven die daar het best in slagen ook het best presteren op de andere punten die wij meten. De koplopers bepalen het tempo van de vooruitgang", aldus Wim Leereveld, oprichter en CEO van de Access to Medicine Index. "Het is ook duidelijk dat bedrijven die hun inspanningen niet voortdurend opschroeven meestal worden ingehaald door hun collega's."

Miljoenen mensen in ontwikkelingslanden hebben geen toegang tot veilige, effectieve en betaal
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