Sanofi’s ousted CEO Viehbacher received €3m pay-off

French pharma group reveals deal as it seeks for successor

Small-cap Week, January 17

Kenmare, DCD Media, Animalcare and Kromek featured

Doctor links A&E chaos to NHS advice line

Of 446,000 rise in cases, almost all were sent by 111 service

US uses big data to crack Medicare fraud

Strike force tackles scams that bleed system of $60bn annually

US healthcare: Diagnosis fraud

Investigators use data mining tools to claw back billions stolen by crooked doctors and clinics

Marlene Corydon, Coloplast
©Lars Bertelsen

Innovative medical design enriches lives

A sensitive overhaul eases stigma of unglamorous health devices

Jonathan McHugh illustration
©Jonathan McHugh

NHS needs more sweeping reform

Health and social care must be brought together in one ringfenced budget, says Nicholas Timmins

Circle and the NHS: operation game

Circle walks away from hospital contract

Temporary medical staff see demand surge

Figures indicate strain on NHS and social care sectors

Gilead hepatitis-C drug wins CVS backing

Agreement follows withdrawal of Express Scripts support

BTG’s Makin transforms fast-growing group

UK healthcare company focuses on buying in specialist treatments

Philips to buy US medical devices group

Dutch company bulks up healthcare business ahead of split

The electrical could replace the traditional

Body’s inner language may be key to treating range of conditions

Dozens blinded at India cataract camp

Tragedy is latest in series of incidents reflecting the country’s poor healthcare services

NHS trust woes set to boost private sector

Survey says financial pressures will lead to new business openings

Innovation that exploits the past

Gambling on a rare flash of genius is expensive

Surgeons embrace 3D printed implants

Advances mean the technology has a bigger role to play in healthcare

Obesity: $2tn strain on economy

Costs are similar to those of war or smoking – and are growing

India should empower not sterilise women

Mass fertility campaign is a bad remedy for non-existent problem

Sterilisations kill eight Indian women

Tragedy raises concerns over government-sponsored family planning programme


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insulin vials ©Jacob Ehrbahn Combating Diabetes

Special report

An elderly man uses a magnifier to see the descriptions on a pack of medicine at a pharmacy in Dandong, Liaoning province March 30, 2011 ©Jacky Chen/Reuter Health: Emerging Markets


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