The 2020 Access & Savings Report Reinforces The Importance Of Reforming Our U.S. Healthcare System To Increase Competition, Save Billions IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: This week, the Association for Accessible Medicines (AAM) – a member of the Coalition Against Patent Abuse (CAPA) – released their annual report on generic drug and biosimilars access and […]

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse (CAPA), a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free-market advocates and others, issued a statement today supporting a new study entitled, “The Growing Power of Biotech Monopolies Threatens Affordable Care” by Avik Roy and Gregg Girvan of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity (FREOPP) which […]

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: A new study by Alex Brill of Matrix Global Advisors (MGA) and commissioned by the Coalition for Affordable Prescription Drugs (CAPD) offers the latest evidence that pharma’s delay tactics are costing Americans billions of dollars. These challenges are especially important as the federal government faces unprecedented debt and millions of Americans are […]

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse (CAPA), a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free-market advocates and others, applauded a decision today by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Reform to subpoena AbbVie, the drug company that makes Humira, as part of its probe into pricing […]

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“We Need More Competition And Not Less To Address This Pandemic” WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse (CAPA) released the following statement regarding today’s announcement by Gilead that it is withdrawing its request for extended monopoly rights on potential Covid-19 treatment remdesivir and will ask the FDA to revoke the drug’s special “orphan drug” […]

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President Trump Addressed the Need for Affordable Generic Drugs at the SOTU, Patent Reform is a Critical Component WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse (CAPA) released the following statement regarding the Trump administration’s efforts to tackle rising prescription drug prices caused by big pharmaceutical companies in his 2020 State of the Union address to […]

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Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Proposes New Patent Reform Plan to Implement Long Overdue Patent Reforms IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: The Coalition Against Patent Abuse, a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free-market advocates and others released the following statement today regarding presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s new drug pricing plan that would […]

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Urges Congress to Put Patients First and Finally Act on Long Overdue Patent Reforms WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse, a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free-market advocates and others released the following statement today regarding a last-minute provision slipped into the $1.4 trillion spending bill without any hearings […]

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Urges Representatives to Take Further Measures Toward Ending Big Pharma’s Patent Abuse WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Patent Abuse, a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free-market advocates and others released the following statement commending the House Judiciary Committee for voting, on a bipartisan basis, to advance theAffordable Prescriptions for […]

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Commends Senator Tillis and the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property for holding hearing & shining a light on the important issue of low-quality and invalid patents. WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The Coalition Against Patent Abuse, a diverse coalition of healthcare providers, consumer groups, patient advocacy organizations, free market advocates and others released the following statement […]

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