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Georgia, Gilead Signed 10-Year Agreement to Eliminate C Hepatitis Virus

Stop C

Deputy Minister of Healthcare of Georgia Mr. Valeri Kvaratskhelia and the Vice President, Greg Alton has signed an agreement between Georgian government and pharmaceutical giant Gilead. Long term contract will provide Georgia with continuous number of C hepatitis medications until absolute elimination. John Martin, General director of the United States …

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Further Developments and Challenges of Georgia’s Primary Healthcare

Primary Healthcare Georgia

The Georgian Health Ministry plans to reform the primary healthcare chain. The necessity of promotion of this direction was defined based on Curatio research and social survey – What Harts? Namely, transitional results of the survey outlined the primary healthcare chain reformation as a main priority direction. Family Doctor Marina Javakhishvili …

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Medication Prices Decline As Humanity-Georgia Entered The Market

Medication prices reduction is evident tendency in the Georgian pharmaceutical market. Major pharmacy networks are lowering prices. The Panaskerteli Index also proves the medication prices diminution has become of irreversible character. Lika Chumburidze, operationы director of Inova healthcare, comments on the current market prices and the reasons for their change. …

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Nana Keinishvili: Every Legal Effort for Lowering Medication Prices is Acceptable


Medication prices are declining on the Georgian pharmaceutical market over the past four months. The recent report of the Panaskeretli Index proves this tendency too. Moreover, almost all major pharmacy networks have confirmed medication prices are decreasing in their chains. Parliament majority MP Nana Keinishvili comments on medication prices reduction …

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Pharmacy Networks Lower Medication Prices

Three leading pharmacy networks PSP, Aversi and PharmaDepot have considerably lowered prices on several hundreds of most in-demand medications as a result of the strengthened national currency exchange rate. If the GEL exchange rate growth tendency is maintained, PharmaDepot network will keep lowering medication prices. The PSP management pledges to …

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Georgia’s Future Without Hepatitis C: Georgia Has Made It


Throughout next year, 20 000 people will be involved in the program of the treatment of hepatitis C, – Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili stated at the meeting with patients participating in the program of elimination of hepatitis С. Giorgi Kvirikashvili noted that the engagement of this number of people in …

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