Who controls how much we pay for our drugs and why it matters
Will we be better prepared for a future pandemic after COVID-19?
Governments around the world have valued their own interests with utmost priority in their COVID-19 response, but at what cost?
Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has provided an unparalleled set of challenges for society, the advent of RNA vaccinations has given us a glimpse of the potential for a brand new class of therapeutics.
Re-evolutionizing the antique immunology toolbox of llamas, sharks & co.
The eventful journey in tackling the AIDS pandemic ‒ from social stigmas to scientific controversies
The year is 2020. Paul is sleeping rough in a churchyard in Oldham, England. A pandemic is raging across the planet, but, pre-occupied with the task of finding a ‘home’ for the night, Paul has no idea, until he sees the streets of Oldham become almost completely empty, from one day to the next.
How far are we from the vision of precision medicine that is so commonly presented to us?
For too long Black women have been used as tools to progress medicine, but what progress is being made for Black women?
Looking beyond the headlines of success and reflecting on our current medical system