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RUSSIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS32FUV
February 18, 2020
Tulips bloom in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in...
Moscow, Russia
Tulips bloom in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
Tulips bloom in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
RUSSIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS32FUU
February 18, 2020
People take a selfie in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University,...
Moscow, Russia
People take a selfie in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
People take a selfie in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGT
December 18, 2019
Visitors take pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors take pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
Visitors take pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGM
December 18, 2019
A view shows tree buds in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University,...
Moscow, Russia
A view shows tree buds in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
A view shows tree buds in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGL
December 18, 2019
Visitors walk past blossoming flowers in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors walk past blossoming flowers in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
Visitors walk past blossoming flowers in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGI
December 18, 2019
A visitor uses a mobile phone while taking pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as...
Moscow, Russia
A visitor takes pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
A visitor uses a mobile phone while taking pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGG
December 18, 2019
A visitor walks in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University,...
Moscow, Russia
A visitor walks in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
A visitor walks in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/MOSCOW-WEATHER
RTS2VDGF
December 18, 2019
A visitor takes pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
A visitor takes pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden in Moscow
A visitor takes pictures of plants in the Apothecary Garden, also known as the Botanic Garden of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia December 18, 2019. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6Q
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation,...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in...
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in his home in Tubas in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6P
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6O
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary shows herbal remedies to a man that some people use to treat their ailments,...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary shows herbal remedies to a man that some people use to treat their ailments, in...
A Palestinian apothecary shows herbal remedies to a man that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6N
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use for their ailments, in a store...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use for their ailments, in a store in...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use for their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6M
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian man tries herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in an apothecary...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian man tries herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in an apothecary...
A Palestinian man tries herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in an apothecary store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank October 1, 2019. Picture taken October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6K
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank October 1, 2019. Picture taken October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6I
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation,...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in...
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in his home in Tubas in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6H
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation,...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in...
A Palestinian man uses herbal remedies he bought from an apothecary shop to treat foot inflammation, in his home in Tubas in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6F
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6E
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank October 1, 2019. Picture taken October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
PALESTINIANS-HEALTH/APOTHECARY
RTX75V6B
October 03, 2019
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store...
A Palestinian apothecary prepares herbal remedies that some people use to treat their ailments, in a store in Nablus in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 23, 2019. Picture taken September 23, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
RUSSIA-PUMPKIN/FIGURES
RTX6GVJC
October 28, 2018
A woman is reflected in glass at an exhibition of figures carved out in pumpkins in Moscow State University's...
Moscow, Russia
A woman is reflected in glass at an exhibition of figures carved out in pumpkins in Moscow State University's...
A woman is reflected in glass at an exhibition of figures carved out in pumpkins in Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow, Russia October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
RUSSIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6GVI6
October 28, 2018
A couple walks near a pond in Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
A couple walks near a pond in Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow...
A couple walks near a pond in Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow, Russia October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
RUSSIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX6FSJN
October 20, 2018
A woman sits on a bench at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage...
Moscow, Russia
A woman sits on a bench at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage...
A woman sits on a bench at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage in Moscow, Russia October 20, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX6FSJM
October 20, 2018
A woman takes a selfie at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage...
Moscow, Russia
A woman takes a selfie at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage...
A woman takes a selfie at Moscow State University's Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in autumn foliage in Moscow, Russia October 20, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-ODDLY/
RTX3ETY5
September 05, 2017
People gather during the presentation of an Atlantic Giant Pumpkin, which was cultivated for about six...
Moscow, Russia
People gather during the presentation of a giant pumpkin in Moscow
People gather during the presentation of an Atlantic Giant Pumpkin, which was cultivated for about six months and currently weighs over 430 kilograms (947.99 pounds), at Moscow State University’s Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow, Russia September 5, 2017. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-ODDLY/
RTX3ETXI
September 05, 2017
Men transport an Atlantic Giant Pumpkin, which was cultivated for about six months and currently weighs...
Moscow, Russia
Men transport a giant pumpkin before its presentation in Moscow
Men transport an Atlantic Giant Pumpkin, which was cultivated for about six months and currently weighs over 430 kilograms (947.99 pounds), before its presentation at Moscow State University’s Botanic Garden (Apothecary Garden) in Moscow, Russia September 5, 2017. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS1851
September 15, 2015
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Regis...
Bordeaux, France
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS1850
September 15, 2015
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Regis...
Bordeaux, France
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux
A pharmacist selects drugs inside her pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z7
September 15, 2015
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's...
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z6
September 15, 2015
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital...
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z4
September 15, 2015
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's...
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z2
September 15, 2015
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy...
Nairobi, Kenya
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy...
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
ECUADOR-VOLCANO/
RTX1OCE4
August 15, 2015
A pharmacist sells surgical masks for protection against the ash spewed by the Cotopaxi volcano in Machachi,...
MACHACHI, Ecuador
A pharmacist sells surgical masks for protection against the ash spewed by the Cotopaxi volcano in Machachi...
A pharmacist sells surgical masks for protection against the ash spewed by the Cotopaxi volcano in Machachi, Ecuador, August 14, 2015. Ecuador's massive Cotopaxi volcano stirred in the early hours of Friday, with two small explosions reported and ash raining down on the southern part of nearby highland capital Quito. Authorities stressed that the explosions and a five-kilometer (3 mile) high plume of ash do not signify that the Andean country's highest active volcano, which has been showing signs of activity since April, is about to erupt. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
RUSSIA-MARKETS/ROUBLE-OPENING
RTX1M8E6
July 29, 2015
A pharmacist (L) receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore...
Divnogorsk, Russia
A pharmacist receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore in...
A pharmacist (L) receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore in the Siberian town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Russia, July 29, 2015. The Russian rouble opened 0.8 percent stronger against the dollar on Wednesday after the central bank said it stopped carrying out FX interventions from July 28 because of increased market volatility. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
SLOVENIA/
RTX15K2Q
November 19, 2013
A person holds pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in this picture illustration taken in Ljubljana September...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
A person holds pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in illustration picture in Ljubljana
A person holds pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in this picture illustration taken in Ljubljana September 18, 2013. Picture taken September 18. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: HEALTH)
SLOVENIA/
RTX15K29
November 19, 2013
Pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in foil strips are arranged on a table in this picture illustration...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in blister packs are arranged on table in illustration picture in...
Pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in foil strips are arranged on a table in this picture illustration taken in Ljubljana September 18, 2013. Picture taken September 18. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: HEALTH)
AFGHANISTAN-CRYSTALMETH/
RTX104OH
May 29, 2013
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, at a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, at a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter...
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, at a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics, in Kabul May 26, 2013. Impoverished Afghanistan, already plagued by insurgency and struggling to contain crippling rates of opium addiction, faces another potential headache with spiralling usage of the synthetic drug crystal methamphetamine. The growing use of crystal methamphetamine or ice, comes at a critical time. Some fear that, with the exit of most foreign troops by the end of next year and dwindling interest and aid from the international community, significant addiction to the relatively new drug could wreak social havoc. Picture taken on May 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/CRYSTALMETH
RTX104O0
May 29, 2013
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, in a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, in laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics,...
An Afghan pharmacist analyses samples of drugs, in a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics, in Kabul May 26, 2013. Impoverished Afghanistan, already plagued by insurgency and struggling to contain crippling rates of opium addiction, faces another potential headache with spiralling usage of the synthetic drug crystal methamphetamine. The growing use of crystal methamphetamine or ice, comes at a critical time. Some fear that, with the exit of most foreign troops by the end of next year and dwindling interest and aid from the international community, significant addiction to the relatively new drug could wreak social havoc. Picture taken on May 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR39FSA
October 22, 2012
A pharmacist selects drugs for chemotherapy treatment in the pharmacy at Antoine-Lacassagne Cancer Centre...
Nice, France
A pharmacist selects drugs for chemotherapy treatment in the pharmacy at Antoine-Lacassagne Cancer Centre...
A pharmacist selects drugs for chemotherapy treatment in the pharmacy at Antoine-Lacassagne Cancer Centre in Nice October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH)
INDIA-DRUGS/
RTR357H6
July 22, 2012
Pharmacists dispense free medication, provided by the government, to patients at Rajiv Gandhi Government...
Chennai, India
Pharmacists dispense free medication, provided by the government, to patients at RGGGH in Chennai
Pharmacists dispense free medication, provided by the government, to patients at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH) in Chennai July 12, 2012. Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu, one of two Indian states offering free medicine for all. The state provides a glimpse of the hurdles India faces as it embarks on a programme to extend free drug coverage nationwide. Picture taken July 12, 2012. To match Analysis INDIA-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS HEALTH)
GREECE/
RTR2YOGF
March 01, 2012
A pharmacist arranges drugs in a pharmacy in Athens March 1, 2012. The Greek parliament approved an extension...
Athens, Greece
A pharmacist arranges drugs inside a pharmacy in Athens
A pharmacist arranges drugs in a pharmacy in Athens March 1, 2012. The Greek parliament approved an extension of pharmacy opening hours and cuts to drugs spending on Thursday as part of a package of healthcare reforms agreed in return for last week's 130 billion euro international bailout deal. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS HEALTH)
MYANMAR/
RTR2Y8G6
February 22, 2012
A pharmacist gives medicine to a HIV-positive patient at a Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland (AZG) clinic...
Yangon, Myanmar
Pharmacist gives medicine to a HIV-positive patient at a Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland clinic in Yangon...
A pharmacist gives medicine to a HIV-positive patient at a Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland (AZG) clinic in Yangon February 21, 2012. Tens of thousands of lives are at risk in Myanmar due to an anticipated funding shortfall to treat people living with HIV and tuberculosis, medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) warned Wednesday, urging international donors to provide immediate support to the impoverished country. Myanmar is already facing "a devastating gap" between people's needs and access to treatment and a decision by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to cancel funding for 2013 because of a lack of donor money could worsen the situation, the report "Lives in the balance: the urgent need for HIV and TB treatment in Myanmar" said. Picture taken February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
MYANMAR/
RTR2Y8EO
February 22, 2012
Pharmacists prepare medicine for two HIV-positive patients at Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland (AZG)'s...
Yangon, Myanmar
Pharmacists prepare medicine for two HIV-positive patients at Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland's clinic...
Pharmacists prepare medicine for two HIV-positive patients at Medecins Sans Frontieres-Holland (AZG)'s clinic in Yangon February 21, 2012. Tens of thousands of lives are at risk in Myanmar due to an anticipated funding shortfall to treat people living with HIV and tuberculosis, medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) warned Wednesday, urging international donors to provide immediate support to the impoverished country. Myanmar is already facing "a devastating gap" between people's needs and access to treatment and a decision by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to cancel funding for 2013 because of a lack of donor money could worsen the situation, the report "Lives in the balance: the urgent need for HIV and TB treatment in Myanmar" said. Picture taken February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2LGZ9
April 21, 2011
Female pharmacists hold banners while taking part in a rally demanding pay increases in Islamabad April...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Female pharmacists hold banners while taking part in a rally demanding pay increases in Islamabad
Female pharmacists hold banners while taking part in a rally demanding pay increases in Islamabad April 21, 2011. In an appeal to the prime minister's office, about 250 pharmacists took part in a protest against the government's plan to an amendment of pay scales and services structure in the pharmaceutical profession, the Pakistan Pharmacists Association said. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS HEALTH)
CANADA-HEALTH/
RTR2ELV1
May 31, 2010
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto in this January 31, 2008 file photo. Pressured by...
Toronto, Canada
To match ANALYSIS CANADA-HEALTH/
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto in this January 31, 2008 file photo. Pressured by an aging population and the need to rein in budget deficits, Canada's provinces are taking tough measures to curb healthcare costs, a trend that could erode the principles of the popular state-funded system. To match ANALYSIS CANADA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Mark Blinch/Files (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR267E0
July 30, 2009
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works behind the prescription drop-off window at a Safeway Pharmacy in...
Great Falls, UNITED STATES
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works behind the prescription drop-off window at a Safeway Pharmacy in...
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works behind the prescription drop-off window at a Safeway Pharmacy in Great Falls, Virginia, July 29, 2009. Democrats broke a logjam in President Barack Obama's drive to revamp the costly healthcare system on Wednesday when a group of party conservatives accepted a compromise that allowed a reform bill to advance in the U.S. House of Representatives. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES HEALTH POLITICS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR267DZ
July 29, 2009
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works at a Safeway Pharmacy in Great Falls, Virginia, July 29, 2009....
Great Falls, UNITED STATES
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works at a Safeway Pharmacy in Great Falls, Virginia
Safeway Pharmacist Sonya Safaie works at a Safeway Pharmacy in Great Falls, Virginia, July 29, 2009. Democrats broke a logjam in President Barack Obama's drive to revamp the costly healthcare system on Wednesday when a group of party conservatives accepted a compromise that allowed a reform bill to advance in the U.S. House of Representatives. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES HEALTH POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-MEDICINES/
RTR25VEC
July 21, 2009
A pharmacy attendant gives a generic medicine to a customer at a drugstore in Manila July 21, 2009. Big...
Manila, Philippines
A pharmacy attendant gives a generic medicine to a customer at a drugstore in Manila
A pharmacy attendant gives a generic medicine to a customer at a drugstore in Manila July 21, 2009. Big international pharmaceutical firms in the Philippines have offered to lower prices of dozens of best-selling drugs to stop the government imposing price controls, an industry spokesman said on Monday. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES HEALTH SOCIETY)
FLU/JAPAN
RTXF4KD
May 09, 2009
A passenger wearing a face mask waits for her flight in front of a drug store at Narita international...
Narita, Japan
A passenger wearing a face mask waits for her flight in front of a drug store at Narita international...
A passenger wearing a face mask waits for her flight in front of a drug store at Narita international airport May 9, 2009. Japan announced on Saturday its first confirmed cases of the new strain of flu -- a teacher in his 40s and two male teenage students who had spent time in Canada. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FLU/
RTXEMNH
May 01, 2009
An employee at Doughery's Pharmacy opens new boxes of hand sanitizers to restock the shelves after nearly...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
An employee at Doughery's Pharmacy opens new boxes of hand sanitizers to restock the shelves after nearly...
An employee at Doughery's Pharmacy opens new boxes of hand sanitizers to restock the shelves after nearly selling out of it in Dallas, Texas May 1, 2009. The United States has 141 confirmed cases of the influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, in 19 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
FLU/
RTXEMNF
May 01, 2009
A pharmacist prepares a prescription of Tamiflu at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas May 1, 2009....
Dallas, UNITED STATES
A pharmacist prepares a prescription of Tamiflu at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas
A pharmacist prepares a prescription of Tamiflu at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas May 1, 2009. The United States has 141 confirmed cases of the influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, in 19 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday, and U.S. antiviral prescriptions spiked ninefold early this week after last weekend's media coverage about a possible flu pandemic, according to pharmaceutical market research firm SDI. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
FLU/
RTXEMN6
May 01, 2009
A pharmacist fills orders beside a stack of Tamiflu boxes waiting to be labelled for customer prescriptions,...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
A pharmacist fills orders beside a stack of Tamiflu boxes waiting to be labelled for customer prescriptions,...
A pharmacist fills orders beside a stack of Tamiflu boxes waiting to be labelled for customer prescriptions, at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas May 1, 2009. The United States has 141 confirmed cases of the influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, in 19 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday, and U.S. antiviral prescriptions spiked ninefold early this week after last weekend's media coverage about a possible flu pandemic, according to pharmaceutical market research firm SDI. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
FLU/
RTXEMMM
May 01, 2009
A pharmacist holds up a box of Tamiflu for a photograph at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas May 1,...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
A pharmacist holds up a box of Tamiflu at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas
A pharmacist holds up a box of Tamiflu for a photograph at Doughery's Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas May 1, 2009. The United States has 141 confirmed cases of the influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, in 19 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday, and U.S. antiviral prescriptions spiked ninefold early this week after last weekend's media coverage about a possible flu pandemic, according to pharmaceutical market research firm SDI. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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RTXEFQK
April 27, 2009
A pharmacist displays a package of influenza medicine in a drug store in Vienna April 27, 2009. Governments...
Vienna, Austria
A pharmacist displays a package of influenza medicine in Vienna
A pharmacist displays a package of influenza medicine in a drug store in Vienna April 27, 2009. Governments around the world acted to stem a possible flu pandemic on Monday, as a virus that has killed 103 people in Mexico and spread to North America was confirmed to have reached Europe.
REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR1WIUW
January 31, 2008
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto, January 31, 2008. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)...
Toronto, Canada
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto, January 31, 2008. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
CHINA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1ROAC
July 10, 2007
Chinese customers buy medicine at a pharmacy in Beijing July 10, 2007. China executed a former drug and...
Beijing, China
Chinese customers buy medicine at a pharmacy in Beijing
Chinese customers buy medicine at a pharmacy in Beijing July 10, 2007. China executed a former drug and food safety chief on Tuesday for corruption in an unusually swift sentence which will serve as a warning amid a series of health scandals that have stained the "made in China" brand. The unusually harsh sentence and its prompt enforcement reflect the pressure on Beijing from domestic and international alarm about consumer safety after a series of breaches and deaths involving toxins in food, medicines and other products. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
SAUDI/
RTR1QFUW
June 04, 2007
A female Saudi pharmacist (R) dispenses medicines at the International Medical Center in Jeddah June...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
A female Saudi pharmacist dispenses medicines at the International Medical Center in Jeddah
A female Saudi pharmacist (R) dispenses medicines at the International Medical Center in Jeddah June 4, 2007. More Saudi women are breaking with strict tradition and rigid religious rules to take their place in the workplace. The government is encouraging them as it hopes working women will stimulate economic growth. REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA)
SCHERING
RTXODLT
March 13, 2006
A chemist displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs...
Berlin, Germany
A chemist displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs.....
A chemist displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs and chemicals group Merck in a Berlin apothecary March 13, 2006. Drugs and chemicals group Merck unveiled a 14.6-billion-euro ($17.4 billion) cash bid for domestic rival Schering on Monday, marking the first big all-German move in the industry's consolidation.
BRECKHEIMER
RTXODLR
March 13, 2006
Chemist Ulrich Breckheimer displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone...
Berlin, Germany
Chemist Ulrich Breckheimer displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a c.....
Chemist Ulrich Breckheimer displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs and chemicals group Merck in a Berlin apothecary March 13, 2006. Drugs and chemicals [group Merck] unveiled a 14.6-billion-euro ($17.4 billion) cash bid for domestic rival Schering on Monday, marking the first big all-German move in the industry's consolidation.
GERMANY
RTR1C8MP
March 13, 2006
Chemist Ulrich Breckheimer displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone...
Berlin, Germany
Chemist Breckheimer displays birth control pill of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs...
Chemist Ulrich Breckheimer displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs and chemicals group Merck in a Berlin apothecary March 13, 2006. Drugs and chemicals group Merck unveiled a 14.6-billion-euro ($17.4 billion) cash bid for domestic rival Schering on Monday, marking the first big all-German move in the industry's consolidation. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR174OF
March 13, 2006
A chemist displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs...
Berlin, Germany
A chemist displays birth control pill of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs and chemicals...
A chemist displays birth control pill 'Yasmin' of German drugmaker Schering and a cortisone of drugs and chemicals group Merck in a Berlin apothecary March 13, 2006. Drugs and chemicals group Merck unveiled a 14.6-billion-euro ($17.4 billion) cash bid for domestic rival Schering on Monday, marking the first big all-German move in the industry's consolidation. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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