Articles by Neha Faruqui

Neha Faruqui is a final year PhD candidate from the University of Sydney & The George Institute for Global Health. Views are personal. Neha tweets from @FaruquiNeha. Names in the article were changed and medicines were given as an example based on the study findings.

Poor people struggle to access cancer medicines in India

Posted in articles by on May 27, 2019

India has made significant advances in becoming the generic pharmaceutical hub of the world. One would expect that with such a flourishing market, availability of essential cancer medicines should not be a problem. With people flocking to India from countries like China, UAE and New Zealand for ‘pharmaceutical tourism’ in … Read more »