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Further Reading

All India Drug Action Network. Rational Drug Policy: Facts & Figures, March 1986.

Beardshaw, Virginia. Prescription for Change. The hague, IOCU, 1983.

Bhagat, Mukarram. Aspects of the Drug Industry in India. Bombay Centre for Education and Documentation 1981.

Blum, Richard et al. (Ed.) Pharmaceuticals and Helth Policy. Health Action International, 1981.

Dandiya P.C. et al. (Ed.) Pharmaceuticals and Health Policy. health Action International, 1981.

Djurfeldt, Goran et a. Pills against Poverty., New Delhi, Oxford: IBH, 1976.

Heller, Tom. Poor Health, Rich Profits, Multinatioal Drug Companies and The Third Workd, Nottingham : Spokesman Books, 1977.

Inter Faith Centre on corporate Responsibility. Pill-fering the poor: Drugs and the 3rd World - an information and action pack . 475, Riverside Room 566, new York: 1982.

International Organisation of Consumers Unions, Penang. Forty-four Problem drugs, Penang, Malaysia IOCU, 1981.

KSSP, Multinationals and Pharmaceutical Industry in India. Trivandrum, India : KSSP 1985.

KSSP, A Decade after Hathi Committee. Trivandum 1988.

Long, James, W.The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs. New York: Harper & Row, 1985.

McDonnell, Kathleen (Ed.) Adverse Effects: Women and the Pharmaceutical Industry. International Organization of Consumers’ Unions, Regional Office for Asia & the Pacific, 1986.

Medawar, Charles. Insult or Injury? Social Audit Ltd., 1979.

__________. Drug Disinformation. London: Social Audit, 1980.

_______. Freese, Barbara, Drug Diplomacy. London Social Audit, 1982.

Melrose, Dianna,. Bitter Pills: Medicines and the Third World Poor, Oxford : oxfam, 1982.

Narayanan, P.L. The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry: Problems and Prospects, New Delhi : NCAER, 1984.

Rolt, Francis, Pills, Policies and Profits. London : War and Want, 1985.

Silverman, Milton, prescription for Death, Berkeley : University of California Press, 1974

Silverman, Milton. Prescription for Death. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982.

Tiranti, D.J. The bangaldesh Example - Four year On.

United Nations. Consolidated List of Products whose consumption and/or sale has been banned, withdrawn, severely restricted or not approved by government. New York: U.N. 1984.

Voluntary Health Association of India. Banned and Bannable Drugs. New Delhi : VHAI, 1986

VHAI, Drug Information Pack, VHAI.

VHAI. International codes and you. New Delhi. 1983.

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