Better medicines for a fair price

Fair Medicine produces medicines according to a new business model, in which transparency and affordability come first. According to Cees Smit, author of ‘The Power of the Patient’, Fair Medicine can function as a ‘lever’.

Better medicines for a fair price

Fair Medicine produces medicines according to a new business model, in which transparency and affordability come first.. Professor Carla Hollak thinks it is ‘a great thing’ that Fair Medicine gives physicians more influence.

 

Better medicines for a fair price

Fair Medicine produces medicines according to a new business model, in which transparency and affordability come first. Fair Medicine founder Hans Büller thinks that physicians, patients and social investors ‘should work together’. 

 

Better medicines for a fair price

Fair Medicine produces medicines according to a new business model, in which transparency and affordability come first. Biologist Frans de Loos thinks is highly urgent that the ‘pharmaceutical industry gets a new stimulus’

The New War on Drugs

Magazine Wired writes under the header of "The New War on (Overpriced) Drugs on the debate on the good en bad sides of the way medicines are developed and produced in the USA.

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Dutch Ministry supports Fair Medicine

Fair Medicine, a foundation that aims to develop new pharmaceuticals in a transparent manner, has received 2.8 million Euros in support from the Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport.

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Together we invest knowledge, time and money to produce better, safe and affordable medicines

Fair Medicine takes it differently than the classic pharmaceutical industry. We work with the coalition model. Patients, doctors, hospitals and pharmacists develop new resources together. Together we invest knowledge, time and money. And we’re transparent about the costs and what’s left at the end of the ride at acceptable profit. This enables us to access safe, effective and affordable medicines for everyone.