FIU Law graduate, Natalie Del Cueto, recently published her article, titled “The Human Papillomavirus: Vaccines for One of the World’s Most Common STDs Are Not Available Worldwide” in the International Law Quarterly. The article argues that expanding the definition of the right to health under international human rights law should include a moral obligation and an express legal obligation on pharmaceutical companies to ensure access the HPV vaccine in developing countries to combat the preventable and rising mortality rate attributed to HPV.
Natalie wrote the paper as part of her work for a seminar on intellectual property and human rights. Read the article here- http://internationallawsection.org/international-law-quarterly-spring-2020/.
Natalie graduated in May of 2020 and was an active member of FIU Law Review and Board of Appellate Advocates. She was also the treasurer of the Hispanic Law Student Association and the Cuban American Bar Association.