Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation

Holding pharmaceutical industry actors to account

Our legal, medical, and technical policy experts have collected examples where pharmaceutical companies are suspected of using their monopolies to charge excessive prices for their medicines. “Cases of interest” are medicines the Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation deems worthy of research to determine if their high prices are resulting from unjust practices; under “Legal action” are cases where either the Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation or another public health organisation has found adequate evidence of malfeasance to bring a case against the owning pharmaceutical company.

PAF also gathers and shares its legal expertise in a living guidance document for other non-governmental organisations.

Cases of Interest

High-priced medicines we are researching for potential evidence of misconduct or poor pricing practices. Click on the medicine name to learn more.

Legal Action

Examples of medicines where evidence justified legal action (either ongoing or completed) to stop unfair pricing practices. Click on the medicine name to learn more.

Other Cases of Interest:

  • mexiletine (Namuscla)
  • pyrimethamine (Daraprim)
  • lithium (Priadel)

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We investigate practices around the accessibility and availability of medicines, and call pharmaceutical companies to account if these are unacceptable. If necessary, we take legal action. But we cannot do this alone – please support us!
 
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