‘Tekorten antibiotica gevolg van monopolie op grondstoffen’, reports NOS
"More and more frequently occurring shortages of commonly used antibiotics are the result of monopolies or near-monopolies of the raw material producers" - Rinke van den Brink covers the Foundation's new white paper on antibiotic shortages.
Rinke van den Brink reports on the Foundation's new white paper about antibiotic shortages: "The increasingly frequent shortages of commonly used antibiotics are the result of monopolies or near-monopolies of the raw material producers ... According to Access to Medicine, pharmaceutical companies have little interest in to make the production and distribution chain for antibiotics more reliable. These are medicines that make relatively little money. They are cheap compared to many other means. Moreover, the demand is increasing in poor countries.