By Dorah Feliciano, Contributing Reporter
BRASÍLIA, BRAZIL – Brazil’s Supreme Court (STF) decided on Thursday that the federal, state and municipal governments are "jointly responsible" for the payment of people's health care. The justices are still expected to analyze whether the government must provide high-cost medicines not included in the national health system list.
The issue has been on the STF docket since 2016 when three lawsuits demanded that federal revenue be used for the payment of high-cost drugs for the treatment of rare diseases.
According to data from the National Justice Council (CNJ), more than . . .