Enzo Lahr has been living with recurrent cancer for 16 years. It was diagnosed when he was still a teenager. We talk to him and his doctor Bernhard Wörmann about treatment and emotional ups and downs.
Vitrakvi, a new drug from pharmaceutical companies Loxo and Bayer, effectively fights various cancers caused by genetic mutation.
The future isn't far off, according to US researchers: doctors will soon be able to detect cancer and locate tumor cells just by examining one blood sample. But is this new screening method as good as it sounds?
Patients in Serbia, Bosnia or Macedonia who need medical treatment are forced to join long waiting lists, or pay up. DW looks at the parallel world of private clinics that exist alongside the broken state health systems.
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