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Ugandan Children Are Among the First to Receive Abbott's Lower-Strength Aluvia (lopinavir/ritonavir) Tablet

More Than 2 Million Children Living with HIV Stand to Benefit from Scientific Advance KAMPALA, Uganda, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Abbott today made its new lower- strength lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r) tablet, known as Aluvia(R) in developing countries and Kaletra(R) in ...

Abbott Offers Aluvia to Thailand in Return for Compulsory Licensing Halt

Abbott Laboratories said this week that it is willing to proceed with the registration of a heat stable version of lopinavir/ritonavir called Aluvia in Thailand if the Thai// government will halt its plans for a compulsory license to allow imports of a generic version from India, and will sell it t...

Victory! Colombian Government Cuts Price of Abbott's Lifesaving AIDS Drug Kaletra 55%, Says AHF

... with only modest price reductions. According to the website, www.aidsmeds.com , " Kaletra, a protease inhibitor (sold under the brand name aluvia in some parts of the world), is actually two drugs combined into a single capsule: lopinavir and low doses of ritonavir (Norvir), another protease i...

Abbott Releases 2007 Global Citizenship Report Highlighting Strong Commitment to Access to Health Care

...oes not require refrigeration and does not need to be taken with food -- two important advances in delivering HIV medicine. Kaletra (known as aluvia in developing countries) was filed or has been approved in 156 developed and developing countries. Science Education -- Supported science ...

Abbot Sues French AIDS Group

...zed an attack on Abbott's Web server in response to a call from Thai HIV/AIDS groups to protest Abbott's recent actions regarding its antiretrovirals aluvia and Kaletra in Thailand. Pharmaceutical company Abbott Laboratories has offered to sell its antiretroviral drug Aluvia, an updated version of i...

Thailand Will Not Issue Compulsory Licenses for Patented Drugs

...ment on the price of Abbott's antiretroviral drugs aluvia and Kaletra. The Thai government in Novemb...tiations. Abbott earlier this week offered to sell aluvia at a reduced price in Thailand on the condition th...ministration, said. Abbott offered to sell aluvia for about 34,000 baht, or $1,000, per person annua...

Thailand Directs Pharma Companies to Declare Production Cost of Drugs

...some cooperation from international organizations to negotiate the price of aluvia to ensure it will be affordable for people living with HIV/AIDS in the country, the source said. The generic version of aluvia costs about 4,000 baht, or $124, monthly, but generic drug makers could red...
Aluvia in Biological Technology

Abbott vs. Thailand has implications for innovation and access

...April 2007: Abbott further lowers the price of Kaletra to $1,000 and allows aluvia to be sold in Thailand. However, Abbott will continue to withhold six other... Thai perspective, the government may have achieved a short-term victory on aluvia pricing, but it lost out on significant other life-saving medicines for the...
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