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When People Come FirstCritical Studies in Global Health$
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João Biehl and Adriana Petryna

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780691157382

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: October 2017

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691157382.001.0001

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Public-Private Mixes

Public-Private Mixes

The Market for Anti-Tuberculosis Drugs in India

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(p.252) 9 Public-Private Mixes
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When People Come First
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Stefan Ecks

Ian Harper

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Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691157382.003.0013

This chapter explores how public–private collaborations can be successful in India. Public–private mixes (PPMs) are an important part of the Stop TB campaign globally, but they are especially vital in India. One reason for this is the sheer number of TB patients. India has more people suffering from TB than any other country. Another critical reason is that an overwhelming number of these patients are being treated in the private sector and are often receiving a low quality of care. The chapter follows the pharmaceutical industry's efforts to shape the diagnosis and treatment of TB, homing in on interactions between medical representatives and doctors, and showing how the very materiality of global health interventions (drugs, protocols, policies, recordkeeping) provides the context for the expansion of a private therapeutic market.

Keywords:   India, tuberculosis treatment, public health, global health, public–private collaborations

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