In the developing world thousands of people die every year of diseases that don't register on the radar of the pharma industry. One doctor is working to help those who suffer from so-called "neglected tropical diseases."
Researchers in Australia have developed a new way of detecting the deadly skin cancer, melanoma. Hailed as a "world first," the breakthrough could dramatically increases survival rates.
A lawsuit filed by a German pharma company against the US state of Nebraska has once again drawn attention to US authorities finding it hard to obtain the drug cocktails they need to carry out the death penalty.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has called a scandal over inferior vaccines "vile" and "shocking." Many in China are scared and angry over lax regulations.
Soaring drug prices keep Americans sick. Donald Trump's new plan aims to bring down domestic costs at the expense of Europeans, but is the EU really to blame? Lindsey Rae Gjording reports from New York.
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