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GLOBAL-PHARMA/
RTX66HG8
May 28, 2018
Medicines set for sale in stalls along a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Andres...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Medicines set for sale in stalls along a street in Port-au-Prince
Medicines set for sale in stalls along a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AGAS
October 16, 2014
People on a motorcycle ride past as a truck from the Sucre municipality is used to carry out fumigation...
Caracas, Venezuela
People on a motorcycle ride past as a truck is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread...
People on a motorcycle ride past as a truck from the Sucre municipality is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS TRANSPORT)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AGAE
October 16, 2014
A boy watches as workers from the municipality of Sucre on a truck carry out fumigation to help control...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy watches as workers on a truck carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and...
A boy watches as workers from the municipality of Sucre on a truck carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AGAC
October 16, 2014
A man stands enveloped in a cloud of smoke as a truck from the municipality of Sucre is used to carry...
Caracas, Venezuela
Man stands enveloped in a cloud of smoke as a truck is used to carry out fumigation to help control the...
A man stands enveloped in a cloud of smoke as a truck from the municipality of Sucre is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AG7Y
October 16, 2014
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused...
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AG7B
October 16, 2014
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused...
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AG6C
October 16, 2014
A woman protects her baby as a truck from the municipality of Sucre is used to carry out fumigation to...
Caracas, Venezuela
Woman protects her baby as a truck is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya...
A woman protects her baby as a truck from the municipality of Sucre is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AG60
October 16, 2014
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused...
A worker from the municipality of Sucre carries out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, which are caused by viruses carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTR4AG4V
October 16, 2014
People on a motorcycle ride through a cloud as a truck from the Sucre municipality is used to carry out...
Caracas, Venezuela
People on a motorcycle ride through a cloud as fumigation is carried to help control the spread of Chikungunya...
People on a motorcycle ride through a cloud as a truck from the Sucre municipality is used to carry out fumigation to help control the spread of Chikungunya and dengue fever, viruses which are carried by mosquitoes, in the Petare slum district of Caracas September 22, 2014. Medical shortages have complicated Venezuela's efforts to treat outbreaks of mosquito-borne fevers, creating long lines at pharmacies to buy analgesics and leaving the ill without ways to control the swelling joints and aching bones that the disease causes. Venezuela has South America's highest incidence of chikungunya, a virus of African origin whose name comes from a Tanzanian term for being doubled-over in pain. It also has the fourth-highest incidence of dengue on the continent this year. Picture taken September 22, 2014. To match Feature VENEZUELA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GSK/
RTX11WYT
July 24, 2013
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in a photo illustration in London July 24,...
London, United Kingdom
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in London
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in a photo illustration in London July 24, 2013. British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline, rocked by charges of corruption in China, is expected to try and reassure investors about its business prospects when it reports quarterly results. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS)
PEOPLE-MICHAELJACKSON/
RTR2S0OT
September 29, 2011
A bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home is shown in this frame grab from prosecution evidence...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Frame grab shows a bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home, seen in a prosecution evidence...
A bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home is shown in this frame grab from prosecution evidence video during Dr. Conrad Murray's trial in the death of pop star Michael Jackson in Los Angeles September 29, 2011. REUTERS/CNN/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
KASHMIR
RTR264ZY
July 28, 2009
A police officer displays seized Parvon Spas capsules, a type of analgesic and anti-spasmodic, in Jammu...
Jammu, India
A police officer displays seized Parvon Spas capsules in Jammu
A police officer displays seized Parvon Spas capsules, a type of analgesic and anti-spasmodic, in Jammu July 28, 2009. Police said on Tuesday their men recovered 20,000 capsules from three drug peddlers during a routine search at a police check post on the outskirts of Jammu. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
TIMOR
RTR1PF98
May 07, 2007
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis with the vaccine, BCG, in Dili May 7, 2007....
Dili, East Timor
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis in Dili
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis with the vaccine, BCG, in Dili May 7, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTRQVPQ
December 10, 2003
Sri Lanka's physiotherapist Paul Klarenaar applies pain relieving spray
to Sanath Jayasuriya's head...
Kandy, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
SRI LANKA'S PHYSIOTHERAPIST APPLIES PAIN RELIEVING SPRAY TO
JAYASURIYA'S HEAD IN KANDY, SRI LANKA.
Sri Lanka's physiotherapist Paul Klarenaar applies pain relieving spray
to Sanath Jayasuriya's head after he was hit by a rising delivery from
England's Andrew Flintoff during the first day's play of the second
test match between England and Sri Lanka in Kandy, Sri Lanka December
10, 2003. The first of the three test matches series in Galle ended in
a draw earlier in the month. Pictures of the Month December 2003 REUTERS/Arko Datta
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