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7 Apr 2016

White House finds temporary fix in Zika funding fight

By Roberta Rampton and Timothy Gardner (Reuters) | 6 April 2016 The White House said on Wednesday it will redirect $589 million in funds to prepare for the Zika virus […]

5 Apr 2016

India steps up fight against cigarette firms over health warnings

By Aditya Kalra (Reuters) | 5 April 2016 India’s health ministry has ordered government agencies to enforce a new rule for bigger health warnings on cigarette packs, stepping up a fight […]

4 Apr 2016

Samsung brings in the lawyers for biosimilars push

By Se Young Lee (Reuters) | 4 April 2016 Samsung Bioepis Co Ltd, which aims to become a force in the fledgling biosimilar drugs industry, has filed a lawsuit against […]

1 Apr 2016

Drugmakers say Japan R&D spending at risk after government forces price cuts

By Ritsuko Shimizu (Reuters) | 1 April 2016 Global drugmakers said they could cut research spending in Japan due to new rules requiring them to slash prices on some blockbuster […]

1 Apr 2016

In war on Zika mosquitoes, Puerto Rico starting at ‘square one’

By Julie Steenhuysen (Reuters) | 1 April 2016 The United States faces its first real challenge with the Zika virus on the island territory of Puerto Rico, a part of […]

31 Mar 2016

U.S. environmental groups sue to overturn GMO salmon approval

By Tom Polansek (Reuters) | 31 March 2016 U.S. health regulators are facing a lawsuit from a coalition of environmental organizations seeking to overturn the government’s landmark approval of a type […]

31 Mar 2016

GSK plans graduated approach to drug patents to help poor

By Ben Hirschler (Reuters) | 31 March 2016 GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) said on Thursday it would adopt a graduated approach to patenting its medicines, depending on the wealth of different countries, in […]

30 Mar 2016

West Africa Ebola outbreak no longer poses global risk: WHO

By Stephanie Nebehay (Reuters) | 29 March 2016 West Africa’s Ebola outbreak no longer constitutes a threat to international public health, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday, declaring […]

30 Mar 2016

Indonesia pushes to unshackle victims of mental illness

By Johan Purnomo and Angie Teo (Reuters) | 30 March 2016 Please link here for video on Reuters. Indonesian rice farmer Usman has kept his 19-year-old son chained in the family’s tiny wooden hut […]

30 Mar 2016

Terminix to pay $10 million for pesticide misuse: Justice Department

By Eric Beech (Reuters) | 29 March 2016 Pest control company Terminix International Co LP and its U.S. Virgin Islands operation were charged on Tuesday with illegally applying a restricted-use […]

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