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Cuba makes cancer breakthrough

A new vaccine could give hope to millions – if Big Pharma doesn’t get its hands on it first, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Cuba Health Pharmaceuticals

The costs and benefits of animal experiments

Andrew Knight, author of a recent book on animal testing, responds to Laurie Pycroft’s case for it in our latest Argument

Filed in: Animals Medicine

Is animal testing necessary to advance medical research?

Pro-testing activist Laurie Pycroft and Helen Marston, who heads an organization that campaigns against the use of animals, focus on the key issues. Join the debate!

Filed in: Animals Medicine Science

Is it ever right to buy or sell human organs?

Join the debate as US psychiatrist Sally Satel goes head-to-head with Jeremy Chapman, President of the Transplantation Society.

Filed in: Health

Nestléd in controversy

Nestléd in controversy: the babymilk boycott saved many babies’ lives. But there’s still a way to go…

Filed in: Babyfoods

(RED)TM herring

Corporate watchdog sees red at Bono’s branded goodies.

Filed in: Aids Corporations

Patent busting

Corporate Power

Filed in: Pharmaceuticals Thailand

Made in China

A peek at who’s bankrolling the boom.

Filed in: China Fair Trade Health Hong Kong Trade Trade Unions

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Pop tobacco control

Filed in: Tobacco Uganda

The lease on life

Richard Swift meets the determined squatters of Bangkok who don’t know the meaning of the word eviction.

Filed in: Aids Catholicism Cities Housing

First Person

Pili Akili from Tanzania and Amarakoon Disanayaka Piyasena from Sri Lanka talk about living with mental illness in village communities.

Filed in: Mental Health

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