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Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health





ISBN 9780367593780
Published June 30, 2020 by Routledge
218 Pages

 
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Book Description

Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health examines critical issues and debates, including access to knowledge and medicinal products, human rights and development, innovations in life technologies and the possibility for ethical frameworks for intellectual property law and its application in public health. 



The second edition accounts for recent and, in some areas, extensive developments in this dynamic and fast-moving field. This edition brings together new and updated examples and analysis in competition and regulation, gene-related inventions and biotechnology, as well as significant cases, including Novartis v Union of India.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements



Introduction





Part 1: Health



Chapter 1: The Life of Health



Chapter 2: The Health of Intellectual Property



Part 2: Rights



Chapter 3: The Human Right to Health



Chapter 4: Health, Development, Culture



Chapter 5: Patent Morality



Part 3: Life



Chapter 6: The Technology of Life



Chapter 7: Life’s Libraries



Part 4: Access



Chapter 8: Access



Chapter 9: Use



Conclusion to the First Edition



Conclusion to the Second Edition



Bibliography





Index

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Author(s)

Biography

Johanna Gibson is Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, where she researches in intellectual property law and policy.

Reviews

 'Professor Gibson's second edition of "Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health" like the first edition is a wide ranging and detailed discussion of the legal and moral aspects of health policy that has been brought up to date. The focus is on international treaties, morality and intellectual property law. The conflict between incentives to invent new medical devices and medicines and the right of people to have access to such technologies is thoroughly reviewed and updated.'

Martin J. Adelman, George Washington University Law School, USA

'Professor Gibson makes a very significant contribution to the literature on the intellectual property aspects of medicine and health, focussing upon gene and pharmaceutical patenting, framed by an ethical and sociological perspective. It importantly locates these perspectives within the broader context of the internationally mandated "right to health".'

Michael Blakeney, University of Western Australia

'In the second edition of "Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health" Professor Gibson offers a deep, extensive and thought provoking analysis of the ever controversial relationship between patents and health. The book provides an ideal source for anyone seeking a current and thorough review of the tensions that surround the subject and a fuller understanding of the nature of and background to the various differing perspectives that are held on it. '

Trevor Cook, Partner Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, USA