Poor countries are guinea pigs for pharmaceutical tests
Tijn Touber| October 2006 issue
John Le Carré’s bestselling novel The Constant Gardener showed how pharmaceutical companies test new medicines in Africa, even when troubling questions exist about their safety and reliability. Unfortunately, th...
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