1. Hepatitis C medicine being imported for Rs 1 crore
Even as a controversy rages on globally over the eye-popping price of US firm Gilead Science's hepatitis C drug at $1,000 a pill, Indian patients have already begun importing the medicine from countries more details...


2. Patients Get Extreme to Obtain Hepatitis Drug That's 1% the Cost Outside U.S.
Dock a cruise ship flying an Indian flag off the coast of Miami. Stock the ship with versions of Sovaldi sold in India for $83,000 less than the U.S. retail price for 12 weeks of treatment. Ferry U.S. patients to the boat and send them more details...


3. US hepatitis C patients travel to India for cheaper Sovaldi versions
Patients in the US and Europe have struggled to get access to the drug after insurers and governments limited its use to the sickest patients to control costs more details...


4. Foreign patients turn to India in search of cut-price cures
When doctors told Australian Greg Jefferys he had Hepatitis C and the disease was destroying his liver, the devastating diagnosis was compounded by the cost of a cure. New Delhi, March 4, 2016 : When doctors told Australian Greg Jefferys he had Hepatitis C more details...


5. Inde: patient étranger cherche traitement à bas prix
Quand les médecins ont annoncé à Greg Jefferys qu'il était atteint d'une hépatite C menaçant son foie, l'Australien a accusé le coup. Et le prix du traitement l'a un peu plus accablé. Alors il a sauté dans un avion pour l'Inde, more details...


6. Santé. L'Inde, pharmacie à bas prix
De plus en plus de malades souffrant de pathologies variées - hépatite C, cancers et sida le plus souvent - se tournent vers l'Inde, devenue la grande spécialiste des médicaments à bas coûts. Un espoir de survie pour certains patients.more details...


7. Desperate foreigners turn to India in search of cut-price, life-saving cures
When doctors told Greg Jefferys he had hepatitis C and the disease was destroying his liver, the devastating diagnosis was compounded by the cost of a cure.more details...


8. India’s drug tourism flourishes
When doctors told Australian Greg Jefferys he had Hepatitis C and the disease was destroying his liver, the devastating diagnosis was compounded by the cost of a cure. Unable to afford Sovaldi, hailed as a miracle drug, the 61-year-old flew to India, more details...


9. Low-cost Indian generic hepatitis C drug saves thousands of lives
When doctors told Australian Greg Jefferys he had hepatitis C and the disease was destroying his liver, the devastating diagnosis was compounded by the cost of a cure. more details...


10. India’s generics market is attracting western buyers
WHEN doctors told Australian Greg Jefferys he had Hepatitis C and the disease was destroying his liver, the devastating diagnosis was compounded by the cost of a cure. Unable to afford Sovaldi, hailed as a miracle drug, the 61-year-old flew to India, one of a growing army of patients seeking out low-cost, life-saving medicines on more details...


11. L’Inde, la plus grande pharmacie « discount » du monde
Trente ans après l’histoire de Ron Woodroof, ce cow-boy texan séropositif qui a mis en place à la fin des années 1980 un réseau clandestin d’importation d’antirétroviraux interdits aux Etats-Unis et que relate le film « Dallas Buyers Club more details...