CPTech posted several news items related to CAMR on its web site, and even considered facilitating the first compulsory license application, but never actively campaigned in Canada.
On the one hand, MSF and Knowledge Ecology International (the new name of CPTech) are moving toward a more radical agenda.
Links to the legislative initiatives and brief descriptions may be found at CPTech, "Patent Exception for Exports to Address Health Needs," online: CPTech <http://www.cptech.org/ip/wto/p6/#Legislation>.
(22) See the collection established by Consumer Project on Technology, "Legislation to Allow for the Export of Pharmaceuticals Under Compulsory License," online: CPTech <http://www.cptech.org/ip/health/cl/cl-export-legislation.html>.
See People's Republic of China, State Intellectual Property Office Order #37, online: CPTech <http://www.cptech.orglip/ health/cl/china-order37.html> [China SIPO Order #37].