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That this House notes with concern that globally most children who need treatment for HIV are not receiving it; further notes that there is a lack of appropriate HIV treatments for children and that the number of adults who have become resistant to basic HIV treatment and require more expensive medicines is increasing; recognises that the price of medicines and patents are closely linked; commends the Government's financial backing for UNITAID, the international drugs purchasing facility, and its support for the establishment of a patent pool; and calls on pharmaceutical companies to show their commitment to access to medicines for the world's poorest people by signing up to the UNITAID patent pool.
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