AAU and APLU Commitment to Ensuring Global Access to Medical Advances
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This document provides member institutions with a framework that may help in formulating these policies. We suggest both general principles that might guide the construction of these policies and specific elements that we believe might be usefully incorporated into the policies. We are not attempting to be prescriptive. Given the various histories and organizational complexities of member institutions, we do not believe that the AAU should adopt a single policy. This is neither desirable nor feasible. Rather, the principles and policy elements that are set forth below are intended to be used as guidelines for member institutions when they turn to drafting their own policies, within their local cultures, with their local histories..
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