Analysis piece originally published by Jacobin magazine and syndicated in Salon on 29 June, 2013. The pharmaceutical industry, like oil companies and arms manufacturers, isn’t viewed highly in the public imagination. And for good reason. There is growing awareness of an inherent conflict of interest in the testing of drugs by the companies that manufacture them […]Read more "Socialize Big Pharma"
This article was originally published on the Nature News blog on 17 October, 2012. The good news is that tuberculosis prevention efforts appear to have broken the back of the spread of the disease, according to the World Health Organisation’s latest annual report on the scourge, with new cases of TB falling by 2.2% between 2010 and […]Read more "The TB drugs don’t work"
Feature article appeared in the EUobserver on 15 February, 2010. Vladimir appears as an unwrapped mummy, a skeleton of a man whose paper skin pulls taught over his Siberian bones. Top off, in stocking feet and navy Adidas track bottoms, he lies on his side as a nurse sponges the wounds left from the surgery […]Read more "Tuberculosis’ deadly return to Europe"