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A resurgent TB epidemic is a problem for the developing and developed world alike.


Inside India’s Blood Black Market

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The chances of an HIV patient in India having acquired the virus through blood transfusion are 3,000 times higher than in the U.S.


Bad Blood: India Denies HIV Blood Transfusion Crisis Despite Thousands of Deaths

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An investigation has uncovered 14,474 cases of HIV caused via blood transfusions over the past seven years, but the government denies there is a crisis.


Deregulation Needed to Boost Biotech and Prepare Taiwan for New Industries, Expert Says

Mo Tz-pin

'It's a knowledge-intensive, time-consuming and unpredictable industry.'


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Do Taiwanese have access to proven treatments for injuries? Unfortunately no, according to medical experts.


Taiwan's Uber Saga Casts Doubt on Readiness for Digital Future

Edward White

It is unlikely that the popular ride-sharing service Uber will be kicked out of the country, but the Taiwanese government will continue to fine the company for operating illegally. Are lawmakers scrambling to find measures to deal with new disruptive technologies?

A patient receives chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer at the Antoine-Lacassagne Cancer Center in Nice

Taiwan Discovers New Drug to Stop Breast Cancer Spreading

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Taiwan’s Academia Sinica has discovered a new material that can reduce the possibility of cancer cells spreading, lowering the risk of death after a tumor has been removed.

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