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Is waiving vaccine patents the panacea?

Stavros Nicolaou who is the Chairman of Pharmisa, The South African Pharmaceutical Producers Association

Prof. John McKnight Partner at law form Spoor and Fisher specialising in patent law


Leon Louw, Executive Director of the Free Market Foundation

Roundtable discussion: Vaccine trust, hesitancy and SA’s 3rd wave

Prof. Narnia Bohler-Muller. Division Executive, Developmental, Capable and Ethical State division, HSRC;

Dr Ben Roberts, Coordinator: South African Social Attitudes Survey and Chief Research Specialist: Developmental, Capable and Ethical State division, HSRC;

& Dr Gesine Meyer-Rath, Research Associate Professor at Boston University School of Public Health and Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO) Wits Health Consortium

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