A new list of Essential Medicines

WHO prioritizes access to diabetes and cancer treatments
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The list includes new treatments for various cancers, insulin analogues and new oral medicines for diabetes, new medicines to assist people who want to stop smoking, and new antimicrobials to treat serious bacterial and fungal infections.
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