Medicines are meant for everyone.
The Medicines for All institute (M4ALL) at Virginia Commonwealth University’s College of Engineering is dramatically improving global access to lifesaving medicines. Our innovative approach to synthesizing drugs and manufacturing pharmaceuticals is enhancing production worldwide by reducing costs and waste.
- $70 million from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USG and other donors.
- 22 drugs improved for COVID-19, HIV, TB and malaria.
- 90% HIV/AIDS patients will use treatments developed by M4ALL.
- COVID-19 drugs across the globe are being developed with processes from M4ALL.
A new era in global health equity.
At Medicines for All, we’re constantly seeking big ideas and innovations. By engaging with us early on in clinical development, researchers make the same drugs affordable and available to everyone in the world at the same time. Because everyone deserves access to life-changing opportunities.
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