Tell Canada’s Senate that essential medicines must reach patients in developing countries!
27,000 people around the world die each day because they can't get medicines that already exist.
On Wednesday, March 9th, Members of Parliament made history by voting for legislation that could save many of those lives. MPs passed bill C-393, a plan to reform Canada’s broken Access to Medicines Regime (CAMR) so that affordable generic medicines made in Canada can reach people dying of treatable diseases like AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in developing countries.
But we have one more fight ahead: The bill to reform CAMR now goes before the Senate -- and unless they approve it right away, the whole bill could die and we'll have to start again from scratch.
Millions of patients in need can't afford to wait. Please sign below to tell the Prime Minister and Senate leaders to pass Bill C-393 ASAP!