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Institute for OneWorld Health

 

Institute for OneWorld Health

PATH
Type Nonprofit organization
Founded 1977
Headquarters Seattle
Key people Steve Davis, president and CEO
Revenue US$330,000,000 (as of 2012)[1]
Employees 1100+
Website http://www.path.org/

OneWorld Health was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit drug development organization founded in

  • PATH website
  • PATH's drug development program blog
  • PATH's drug development program Twitter
  • PATH's drug development program e-newsletter
  • OneWorld Health Facebook page

External links

  1. ^ "PATH 2012 Annual Report". path.org. 2013. Retrieved August 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ "OneWorld Health to become an affiliate of PATH". PATH. Retrieved 8 February 2014. 
  3. ^ PATH drug development program web site

References

PATH's Drug Development program grew out of an affiliation with OneWorld Health, a nonprofit pharmaceutical organization founded in San Francisco, CA in 2000.

History

PATH’s current drug development efforts are focused on targeting diarrheal disease, ensuring the supply of malaria treatments, and developing a new tool to stop the spread of HIV. More information about these efforts is available at the program website.[3]

PATH’s Drug Development program is working to develop and ensure availability and accessibility of safe and effective new medicines for diseases disproportionately affecting people in resource-limited settings. It works with partners around the globe to identify potential new medicines for diseases affecting vulnerable populations, assess the safety and effectiveness of investigational medicines, honor international ethical standards for research, collaborate to manufacture and distribute new medicines, and ensure that medicines will be affordable and available for distribution.

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