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FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74D15
September 24, 2019
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic...
Paris, France
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic...
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology CECOS of Tenon Hospital in Paris, France, September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74D14
September 24, 2019
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure...
Paris, France
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure...
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology CECOS of Tenon Hospital in Paris, France, September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74D0P
September 24, 2019
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure...
Paris, France
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure...
A medical technician injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology CECOS of Tenon Hospital in Paris, France, September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74D0F
September 24, 2019
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic...
Paris, France
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic...
A medical technician selects eggs for an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology CECOS of Tenon Hospital in Paris, France, September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXW
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXR
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates a decoronisation during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates a decoronisation during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process...
A medical lab technologist operates a decoronisation during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXL
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXI
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXF
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory...
A medical lab technologist operates during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-REFORM/IVF
RTX74CXD
September 24, 2019
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
Paris, France
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection...
A medical lab technologist operates an embryo vitrification during an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection process (ICSI) at a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTS264QE
November 15, 2018
A migrant man, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en route to the United States,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A migrant man, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en route to the United States,...
A migrant man, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en route to the United States, receives vaccination for influenza A H1N1 in a makeshift camp in Mexico City, Mexico, November 15, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
EUROZONE-GREECE/BEAUTY
RTX3VWPI
December 20, 2017
Dr. Vasileios Genitsaris injects Botox for a customer at the Aurum medical centre in Athens, Greece December...
Athens, Greece
Genitsaris injects Botox for a customer at the Aurum medical centre in Athens
Dr. Vasileios Genitsaris injects Botox for a customer at the Aurum medical centre in Athens, Greece December 14, 2017. Picture taken December 14, 2017 REUTERS/Costas Baltas
EUROZONE-GREECE/BEAUTY
RTX3VWP3
December 20, 2017
Dr Vasileios Genitsaris injects Botox for 43-year old Eleni, at the Aurum medical centre in Athens, Greece...
Athens, Greece
Genitsaris injects Botox for 43-year old Eleni, at the Aurum medical centre in Athens
Dr Vasileios Genitsaris injects Botox for 43-year old Eleni, at the Aurum medical centre in Athens, Greece December 14, 2017. Picture taken December 14, 2017 REUTERS/Costas Baltas
BRAZIL-HEALTH/YELLOWFEVER
RTX32OB6
March 25, 2017
A woman is vaccinated during a campaign of vaccination against yellow fever in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A woman is vaccinated during a campaign of vaccination against yellow fever in Rio de Janeiro
A woman is vaccinated during a campaign of vaccination against yellow fever in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
PERU-HEALTH/
RTSSRK6
November 22, 2016
Jazmin, 6, sister of Jose Luis, receives Isoniazid Preventive Therapy in Carabayllo in Lima, Peru July...
Lima, Peru
The Wider Image: Fighting tuberculosis in Peru's village of hope
Jazmin, 6, sister of Jose Luis, receives Isoniazid Preventive Therapy in Carabayllo in Lima, Peru July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "TB HOPE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HAITI-CHOLERA/
RTX2OVOI
September 09, 2016
A relative drip-feeds Louis Rosu Marcelle (R) in the Cholera Treatment Center of Diquini in Port-au-Prince,...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A relative drip feeds Louis Rosu Marcelle in the Cholera Treatment Center of Diquini in Port-au-Prince,...
A relative drip-feeds Louis Rosu Marcelle (R) in the Cholera Treatment Center of Diquini in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, September 7, 2016. Picture taken September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0MW
March 09, 2016
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds...
Haifa, Israel
Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a...
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a bottle of radiation therapy injection during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0LA
March 09, 2016
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds...
Haifa, Israel
Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a...
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a bottle of radiation therapy during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285U8
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ASIAPAC-AIDS/YOUTH
RTX1WLOW
December 01, 2015
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi, Vietnam,...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi, Vietnam, December 1, 2015. Some of the syringes are re-used by poorer addicts. The estimated number of adolescents dying of AIDS in the Asia Pacific region has more than doubled since 2005, experts said on Monday, warning of a "hidden epidemic". REUTERS/Kham TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYQ
August 27, 2015
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYO
August 27, 2015
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Wildlife officers carry orangutan after injection of anesthesia during health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
AFGHANISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1OEPS
August 16, 2015
An Afghan shepherd injects medication into his sheep who suffers from leg problems and has difficulty...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan shepherd injects his sheep in Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan shepherd injects medication into his sheep who suffers from leg problems and has difficulty walking in Kabul, Afghanistan August 16, 2015. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail
KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU
RTR4S57K
March 05, 2015
Heroin addicts prepare heroin before using it in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014....
Lamu, Kenya
Heroin addicts prepare heroin before using it in Lamu
Heroin addicts prepare heroin before using it in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014. To match KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS SOCIETY)
KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU
RTR4S57A
March 05, 2015
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014. To match...
Lamu, Kenya
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014. To match KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HEALTH-EBOLA/
RTR4M602
January 20, 2015
Volunteer Andrew Matzen receives a trial Ebola vaccine at the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Volunteer Andrew Matzen receives a trial Ebola vaccine at the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical...
Volunteer Andrew Matzen receives a trial Ebola vaccine at the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine in Oxford, southern England January 16, 2015. Johnson & Johnson said that newly formed groups supporting work on its experimental Ebola vaccine would receive 100 million euros ($115 million) from Europe's Innovative Medicines Initiative to speed development. Photograph taken January 16, 2015. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
JORDAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4JFGO
December 28, 2014
A pigeon breeder injects a vaccine on a pigeon at the roof of his house in Amman December 27, 2014. The...
AMMMAN, Jordan
A pigeon breeder injects a vaccine on a pigeon at the roof of his house in Amman
A pigeon breeder injects a vaccine on a pigeon at the roof of his house in Amman December 27, 2014. The sport of flying homing pigeons in Jordan has turned from a hobby into a booming business. Every evening, residents turn to the capital's pigeons cafes to sell and buy pigeons. The picture taken on December 27, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN-HEALTH/BLOOD
RTR4GUMJ
December 05, 2014
A hospital staff injects blood to a child suffering from Thalassaemia as he undergoes a blood transfusion...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A hospital staff injects blood to a child suffering from Thalassaemia as he undergoes a blood transfusion...
A hospital staff injects blood to a child suffering from Thalassaemia as he undergoes a blood transfusion process at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in Islamabad December 5, 2014. Lax oversight of blood banks means about a fifth of patients in Pakistan who get regular transfusions have been infected with hepatitis, a top government health official said on Friday. Some also get HIV. Pakistan's dangerously unregulated blood banks are in the spotlight after a charitable federation said 10 children getting transfusions for a blood disease contracted HIV. About 22,000 children with thalassaemia, which causes low levels of protein in the blood, get regular transfusions, the Thalassaemia Federation of Pakistan said. Government officials are investigating and have not confirmed the cases it cited. REUTERS/Faisl Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
YEMEN-HEALTH/
RTR4DOWL
November 11, 2014
A boy reacts while receiving a vaccination against measles and rubella in a school in Sanaa November...
Sanaa, Yemen
Boy reacts while receiving a vaccination against measles and rubella in a school in Sanaa
A boy reacts while receiving a vaccination against measles and rubella in a school in Sanaa November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
PERU-TRIBE/
RTR458XM
September 07, 2014
A nurse applies a vaccine for an Influenza virus to Rufino Raymonde, a Machiguenga indigenous man, in...
Lima, Peru
A nurse applies a vaccine for an Influenza virus to Rufino Raymonde, a Machiguenga indigenous man, in...
A nurse applies a vaccine for an Influenza virus to Rufino Raymonde, a Machiguenga indigenous man, in a health post at Diamante, a town near the Alto Madre de Dios River, May 26, 2014. Isolated Peruvian tribes like Mashco Piro have clashed in the past with loggers, poachers and drug traffickers who invaded their jungle enclaves, but anthropologists say the lure of modern tools is now tempting them closer than ever to far-flung villages and tourist camps. Their sorties are dangerous, exposing them to the threat of violent encounters with terrified locals and modern-day diseases against which the hunter-gatherers have little immunity. Picture taken May 26, 2014. To match Feature PERU-TRIBES/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA-TEXAS/MEDICAL
RTR42HAN
August 14, 2014
A teenager receives a tetanus vaccination at the Remote Area Medical and Operation Lone Star joint health...
Mission, UNITED STATES
A teenager receives a tetanus vaccination at the Remote Area Medical and Operation Lone Star joint health...
A teenager receives a tetanus vaccination at the Remote Area Medical and Operation Lone Star joint health clinic at Palmview High School in Mission, Texas August 5, 2014. Operation Lone Star started 16 years ago to help the guard prepare for emergencies such as hurricanes or pandemics in south Texas. Since then it has expanded its medical care component, treating thousands in a region that hugs the Mexican border, including some who come because no identification papers are required. Picture taken August 5, 2014. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR3Y3TK
July 11, 2014
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian at the 2014 Taipei Pet Show at Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian at the 2014 Taipei Pet Show at Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei...
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian at the 2014 Taipei Pet Show at Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei July 11, 2014. The show runs from July 11 to 14. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CHINA-PHARMACEUTICALS/MARGINS
RTR3QT2Q
May 25, 2014
Injectable drugs are pictured inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai May 4, 2014. Picture...
Shanghai, China
Injectable drugs are pictured inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai
Injectable drugs are pictured inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai May 4, 2014. Picture taken May 4, 2014. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS)
CHINA-PHARMACEUTICALS/MARGINS
RTR3QT1Z
May 25, 2014
A medical staff marks injectable drugs inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai May 4, 2014....
Shanghai, China
A medical staff marks injectable drugs inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai
A medical staff marks injectable drugs inside an injection room at a hospital in Shanghai May 4, 2014. Picture taken May 4, 2014. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS)
PALESTINIANS/
RTX19CWG
February 23, 2014
A Palestinian boy receives polio vaccine at a hospital in Khan Younis in the southern of Gaza Strip February...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian boy receives polio vaccine at a hospital in Khan Younis in the southern of Gaza Strip
A Palestinian boy receives polio vaccine at a hospital in Khan Younis in the southern of Gaza Strip February 23, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: HEALTH)
MEXICO/
RTX18076
January 29, 2014
A woman receives a vaccination by injection for seasonal flu, Type A influenza subtypes H1N1 and N3H3,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A woman receives a vaccination by injection for seasonal flu, Type A influenza subtypes H1N1 and N3H3,...
A woman receives a vaccination by injection for seasonal flu, Type A influenza subtypes H1N1 and N3H3, at a subway station in downtown Mexico City January 29, 2014. At least 2,214 influenza cases have been confirmed and 227 people have died due the virus in January, according to Mexico's Health Ministry. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTX16M1K
December 17, 2013
Bertrand Piccard (C) pilot and co-founder of Solar Impulse receives an injection from a medic before...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Piccard, pilot and co-founder of Solar Impulse receives an injection from a medic before the start of...
Bertrand Piccard (C) pilot and co-founder of Solar Impulse receives an injection from a medic before the start of a transatlantic 72 hour flight simulation at the airport in Duebendorf near Zurich December 17, 2013. Swiss long-range solar-powered aircraft project Solar Impulse HB-SIB airplane is expected to be completed by the end of 2013. Flight testing is planned for spring 2014, and the first solar-powered round-the-world flight for sometime between April and July 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLANDTRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT) HEADSHOT)
GREECE-DRUGS/
RTX15SYK
November 25, 2013
A drug user gives blood sample for a HIV test inside a clinic in Athens November 25, 2013. Greece has...
Athens, Greece
A drug user gives blood sample for a HIV test inside a clinic in Athens
A drug user gives blood sample for a HIV test inside a clinic in Athens November 25, 2013. Greece has set up its first "drug consumption" room to contain a surge of infectious diseases among drug addicts in the crisis-hit country, Greece's Organisation Against Drugs, OKANA, said on Monday. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
VENEZUELA/
RTX15EDY
November 15, 2013
Patient Yamilet Gonzalez (red blouse) is accompanied by her daughter as she undergoes a medical examination...
Caracas, Venezuela
Patient Gonzalez is accompanied by her daughter as she undergoes a medical examination, in Caracas
Patient Yamilet Gonzalez (red blouse) is accompanied by her daughter as she undergoes a medical examination days after surgeons removed liquid silicone she had paid to have injected into her buttocks previously for aesthetic reasons, in Caracas, October 8, 2013. Venezuelan plastic surgeon Daniel Slobodianik performs various procedures, including operations on patients who have previously had illegal or amateur injections of liquid silicone into their buttocks in order to enhance them. The reverse operation that Slobodianik carries out costs approximately $8,200 and takes between two and three hours depending on how much fluid the patient has in the area. Plastic surgery is common in Venezuela, where many women from all walks of life undergo procedures to nip, tuck or boost different parts of their bodies. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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RTX12RB7
August 20, 2013
An empty bottle that had contained Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, is seen after the drug was administered...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
An empty bottle that had contained Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, is seen after the drug was administered...
An empty bottle that had contained Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, is seen after the drug was administered to a cancer patient at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When cancer patient Stew Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX12RB6
August 20, 2013
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A cancer patient receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical...
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX12RB5
August 20, 2013
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A cancer patient receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical...
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX12RB4
August 20, 2013
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A cancer patient receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical...
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX12RB3
August 20, 2013
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A cancer patient receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical...
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX12RB2
August 20, 2013
Dr. Antoni Ribas speaks with cancer patient Stew Scannell before Scannell receives an intravenous dose...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A doctor speaks with a cancer patient before he receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during...
Dr. Antoni Ribas speaks with cancer patient Stew Scannell before Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX12RB1
August 20, 2013
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A cancer patient receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical...
Cancer patient Stew Scannell receives an intravenous dose of Lambrolizumab during a promising cancer treatment clinical trial at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California August 19, 2013. When Scannell was first diagnosed with brain metastases and an incurable melanoma, he was not expected to live long. Now he flies to Los Angeles from his home in Oklahoma every three weeks for injections of the drug Lambrolizumab, or MK-3475, from which he says he feels no negative side effects. He adds that the drug appears to help his body's immune system fight off his cancer cells, and testing indicates a significant reduction in the number and size of his cancers. He is now continuing to work and is helping some of his colleagues rebuild after their losses in the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
TAIWAN/
RTX124MB
July 30, 2013
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei July...
Taipei, Taiwan
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei
A dog is vaccinated by a veterinarian from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei July 30, 2013. A total of 14 wild Formosan ferret-badgers have been found to be infected with rabies in Taiwan causing the government to urge people to vaccinate their pets in an effort to prevent the spread of the fatal disease, which has re-emerged in Taiwan after more than 50 years, reported local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
TAIWAN/
RTX124M3
July 30, 2013
A dog is vaccinated by veterinarians from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei July...
Taipei, Taiwan
A dog is vaccinated by veterinarians from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei
A dog is vaccinated by veterinarians from Taipei City Animal Protection Office at a park in Taipei July 30, 2013. A total of 14 wild Formosan ferret-badgers have been found to be infected with rabies in Taiwan causing the government to urge people to vaccinate their pets in an effort to prevent the spread of the fatal disease, which has re-emerged in Taiwan after more than 50 years, reported local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX11NMW
July 15, 2013
Dr. Bryon Harbolt treats patient Barbara Kilgore in his Cathedral Canyon Clinic where he has been seeing...
Altamont, UNITED STATES
Dr. Bryon Harbolt treats patient Barbara Kilgore in his Cathedral Canyon Clinic in Altamont
Dr. Bryon Harbolt treats patient Barbara Kilgore in his Cathedral Canyon Clinic where he has been seeing her since 1984 in Altamont, Tennessee July 14, 2013. Harbolt, 89, who charges as little as $15 for an office visit, sees patients six days a week in the rural clinic he opened in 1960. Photo taken July 14, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
KENYA/
RTX10TT8
June 19, 2013
A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants...
Nanyuki, Kenya
A KWS veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants during a relocation...
A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants during a relocation exercise, aimed at relocating to a national park 10 elephants that were encroaching on community land, on the margins of the Ol Pejeta conservancy in central Kenya June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXYAN5
April 06, 2013
Macsen Scott-Ambler, aged seven months, is given an MMR injection by Sister Sian Owen at the Paediatric...
Swansea, United Kingdom
Macsen Scott-Ambler is given an MMR injection at the Paediatric Outpatient department at Morriston Hospital...
Macsen Scott-Ambler, aged seven months, is given an MMR injection by Sister Sian Owen at the Paediatric Outpatients department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea, south Wales April 6, 2013. Following an increase in the number of confirmed cases of a measles in south Wales, parents in the area were urged to vaccinate their children, and hospitals in the region opened drop-in clinics on Saturday, local media reported. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTXYAKN
April 06, 2013
A doctor prepares an MMR injection in the Paediatric Outpatients department at Morriston Hospital in...
Swansea, United Kingdom
A doctor prepares an MMR injection in the Paediatric Outpatient department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea...
A doctor prepares an MMR injection in the Paediatric Outpatients department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea, south Wales April 6, 2013. Following an increase in the number of confirmed cases of a measles in south Wales, parents in the area were urged to vaccinate their children, and hospitals in the region opened drop-in clinics on Saturday, local media reported. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTXYAKA
April 06, 2013
Kieran Elford, aged 13, is given an MMR injection by a qualified school nurse at the Paediatric Outpatients...
Swansea, United Kingdom
Kieran Elford is given an MMR injection by a qualified school nurse at the Paediatric Outpatient department...
Kieran Elford, aged 13, is given an MMR injection by a qualified school nurse at the Paediatric Outpatients department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea, south Wales April 6, 2013. Following an increase in the number of confirmed cases of a measles in south Wales, parents in the area were urged to vaccinate their children, and hospitals in the region opened drop-in clinics on Saturday, local media reported. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
SYRIA-CRISIS/NORTH
RTR3DN4R
February 11, 2013
A doctor treats a child showing symptoms of leishmaniasis at a hospital in Aleppo, February 11, 2013....
Aleppo, Syria
A doctor treats a child showing symptoms of leishmaniasis at a hospital in Aleppo
A doctor treats a child showing symptoms of leishmaniasis at a hospital in Aleppo, February 11, 2013. Doctors in Aleppo and Deir al-Zor have reported outbreaks of leishmaniasis, an endemic tropical disease transmitted by sand-flies that causes skin ulcers resembling leprosy, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. Poor waste management and lack of hygiene have fuelled its spread, but the U.N. agency is trying to deliver medicines to both hotspots, WHO spokesman Glenn Thomas told a news briefing. REUTERS/Muzaffar Salman (SYRIA - Tags: HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-FLU/
RTR3CCUI
January 12, 2013
Chihn Ha, eight year old, gets an influenza vaccine injection from nurse Nho Nguyen (R) during a flu...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Chihn Ha gets an influenza vaccine injection during a flu shot clinic in Boston
Chihn Ha, eight year old, gets an influenza vaccine injection from nurse Nho Nguyen (R) during a flu shot clinic at Dorchester House, a health care clinic, in Boston, Massachusetts January 12, 2013. Influenza has officially reached epidemic proportions in the United States, with 7.3 percent of deaths last week caused by pneumonia and the flu, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on January 11. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR39TGU
October 31, 2012
Dulce Chavez, 10, a patient undergoing hemodialysis treatment, receives a injection containing Eritropoyetina,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Dulce receives an injection at the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital in Guatemala City...
Dulce Chavez, 10, a patient undergoing hemodialysis treatment, receives a injection containing Eritropoyetina, a medicine, after her medical treatment at the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital in Guatemala City October 30, 2012. According to hospital authorities, the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital, which was inaugurated in April 2011, provides treatment for around 1500 patients in a year. The ward can provide hemodialysis treatment for 24 patients and peritoneal dialysis for 70 patients. A total of 32 kidney transplants have been performed at this ward. Picture taken on October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR39TGT
October 31, 2012
Dulce Chavez, 10, a patient undergoing hemodialysis treatment, receives a injection containing Eritropoyetina,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Dulce receives an injection at the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital in Guatemala City...
Dulce Chavez, 10, a patient undergoing hemodialysis treatment, receives a injection containing Eritropoyetina, a medicine, after her medical treatment at the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital in Guatemala City October 30, 2012. According to hospital authorities, the infant nephrology ward of the Roosevelt hospital, which was inaugurated in April 2011, provides treatment for around 1500 patients in a year. The ward can provide hemodialysis treatment for 24 patients and peritoneal dialysis for 70 patients. A total of 32 kidney transplants have been performed at this ward. Picture taken on October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
JORDAN/
RTR38VPI
October 07, 2012
A Syrian boy cries as he gets an inoculation in a French military field hospital at Al Zaatri refugee...
Mafraq, Jordan
A Syrian boy cries as he gets an inoculation in a French military field hospital at Al Zaatri refugee...
A Syrian boy cries as he gets an inoculation in a French military field hospital at Al Zaatri refugee camp, in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, October 7, 2012. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS HEALTH)
USA/
RTR38IFZ
September 27, 2012
A woman receives an injection at the Care Harbor/LA free clinic in Los Angeles September 27, 2012. The...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A woman receives an injection at the Care Harbor/LA free clinic in Los Angeles
A woman receives an injection at the Care Harbor/LA free clinic in Los Angeles September 27, 2012. The clinic will give an estimated 4,800 patients free dental work, medical exams, screenings and immunizations over four days. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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