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CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8NF
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8KH
June 22, 2020
The balcony on the bottom left is where police entered the apartment of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, where...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
The balcony on the bottom left is where police entered the apartment of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, where he was shot and killed on June 20 by Peel Regional Police who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8J9
June 22, 2020
People make signs as they protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People make signs as they protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8HL
June 22, 2020
A man climbs a fire hydrant to take a photo as people protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
A man climbs a fire hydrant to take a photo as people protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8GW
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8GV
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8GQ
June 22, 2020
Some protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Some protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8EB
June 22, 2020
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8EA
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8E9
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8E4
June 22, 2020
A woman in her car gets upset at protestors because she cant get home as they demonstrate against the...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
A woman in her car gets upset at protestors because she cant get home as they demonstrate against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8BJ
June 22, 2020
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8BE
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8B8
June 22, 2020
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8B7
June 22, 2020
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8B6
June 22, 2020
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors vent at police while demonstrating against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F8B1
June 22, 2020
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry in Malton
Protestors stop for a prayer while protesting against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say suffered from schizophrenia in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F7GV
June 22, 2020
People tell a police officer they do not feel comfortable around him during a protest against the June...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, in Malton
People tell a police officer they do not feel comfortable around him during a protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say had schizophrenia, in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F7GS
June 22, 2020
People tell a police officer they do not feel comfortable around him during a protest against the June...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, in Malton
People tell a police officer they do not feel comfortable around him during a protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say had schizophrenia, in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F7CZ
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say had schizophrenia, in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F7CO
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say had schizophrenia, in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-POLICE/MALTON
RTS3F7CI
June 22, 2020
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62,...
Malton, Canada
People protest against the shooting death by Peel Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, in Malton
People protest against the June 20 shooting death by Peel Regional Police of Ejaz Ahmed Choudry, 62, who family members say had schizophrenia, in Malton, Ontario, Canada June 22, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-PSYCHIATRIC
RTX7FG5G
April 24, 2020
Written words "psychopath-schizophrenia" are seen inside the room of a patient at the Titeca psychiatric...
Brussels, Belgium
Written words are seen inside the room of a patient at a psychiatric hospital amid coronavirus disease...
Written words "psychopath-schizophrenia" are seen inside the room of a patient at the Titeca psychiatric hospital amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Brussels, Belgium April 14, 2020. Picture taken April 14, 2020. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Wider Image
Wider Image
Puppy love: therapy pooches bring peace of mind
13 PICTURES
SPAIN-HEALTH/
RTX31AAS
March 16, 2017
Tucked away in Spain's Pyrenees mountains, patients at psychiatric facility Benito Menni stretch out...
Elizondo, Spain
The Wider Image: Puppy love: therapy pooches bring peace of mind
Tucked away in Spain's Pyrenees mountains, patients at psychiatric facility Benito Menni stretch out across floor mats and stroke greyhound puppies Atila and Argi. Puppy love is part of the treatment for conditions such as schizophrenia. The facility, based in a town near the border with France, uses the dogs to help patients with intellectual disabilities and mental health conditions develop social skills and a sense of autonomy. Alongside misty views of green rolling mountains, petting sessions with the eight-month-old puppies have a calming effect serving as an emotional outlet for patients who struggle to connect with others.ÊPlaying with those who are more active and sitting still with those who find moving a daily challenge, the dogs tailor their behaviour according to the needs of their patient. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "GREYHOUNDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: SPAIN-HEALTH/
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV39K
December 07, 2016
Onari abigail, 8, who suffers from Schizophrenia, poses for a photograph at the Pedagogical Medical Institute...
Managua, Nicaragua
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas?
Onari abigail, 8, who suffers from Schizophrenia, poses for a photograph at the Pedagogical Medical Institute "Los Pipitos" in Managua, Nicaragua November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV37Q
December 07, 2016
A combination picture shows Onari Abigail, 8, who suffers from Schizophrenia, posing for a photograph...
Managua, Nicaragua
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas?
A combination picture shows Onari Abigail, 8, who suffers from Schizophrenia, posing for a photograph at the Pedagogical Medical Institute "Los Pipitos" (top) and her drawing of what she wants to get for Christmas from Santa, in Managua, Nicaragua November 23, 2016. She wants a castle full of princes and princesses. Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
 ILLINOIS-JAIL/
RTX2I35E
June 24, 2016
Bob Maas (L), a Crisis Intervention Training Instructor and 16-year Cook County Sheriff's deputy, acts...
RIVER GROVE, UNITED STATES
Bob Maas, a Crisis Intervention Training Instructor and 16-year Cook County Sheriff's deputy, acts as...
Bob Maas (L), a Crisis Intervention Training Instructor and 16-year Cook County Sheriff's deputy, acts as a schizophrenia customer during a training at Triton College in River Grove, Illinois, U.S. June 23, 2016 as deputies learn how to interact with the mentally ill. Picture taken June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Justin Madden
Obituary
Obituary
John Forbes Nash Jr - 25 May 2015
6 PICTURES
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
RTX1B338
May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
RTX1B31Y
May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
RTX1B31T
May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
RTX1B31P
May 01, 2015
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral...
Jakarta, Indonesia
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral...
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QHEX
February 21, 2015
Eddie Ray Routh walks to his chair in court after a break during his capital murder trial in Stephenville,...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Eddie Ray Routh walks to his chair in court after a break during his capital murder trial in Stephenville...
Eddie Ray Routh walks to his chair in court after a break during his capital murder trial in Stephenville, Texas February 20, 2015. A psychologist testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QGJI
February 20, 2015
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial in Stephenville
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center in Stephenville, Texas, February. 20, 2015. A psychologist testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QGJA
February 20, 2015
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial in Stephenville
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center in Stephenville, Texas, February. 20, 2015. A psychologist testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QFTU
February 20, 2015
Eddie Ray Routh takes his seat during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Eddie Ray Routh takes his seat during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice...
Eddie Ray Routh takes his seat during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center in Stephenville, Texas, February. 20, 2015. A psychologist testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QFSZ
February 20, 2015
Clinical-forensic psychologist and neuropsychologist J. Randall Price testifies during the capital murder...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Clinical-forensic psychologist and neuropsychologist Price testifies during the capital murder trial...
Clinical-forensic psychologist and neuropsychologist J. Randall Price testifies during the capital murder trial of Eddie Ray Routh at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center, in Stephenville, Texas February 20, 2015. Price testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-TEXAS/KYLE
RTR4QFSB
February 20, 2015
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones...
Stephenville, UNITED STATES
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones...
Eddie Ray Routh enters the court during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center in Stephenville, Texas, February. 20, 2015. A psychologist testified in court on Friday that Roth, charged with murdering U.S. Navy sniper Chris Kyle and another man on a Texas shooting range two a years ago has been faking schizophrenia and knew what he did was wrong, media reports said. REUTERS/LM Otero/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICT
March 28, 2011
Brain researcher Tamas Freund (R) talks to pianist Gyorgy Vukan in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one...
Budapest, Hungary
Brain researcher Tamas Freund talks to pianist Gyorgy Vukan in Budapest
Brain researcher Tamas Freund (R) talks to pianist Gyorgy Vukan in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. When not in his lab, Freund plays jazz and occasionally goes to wine competitions where he is invited as a taster. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICN
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund adjusts the mouthpiece of his saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund adjusts the mouthpiece of his saxophone in Budapest
Tamas Freund adjusts the mouthpiece of his saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICM
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICK
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICJ
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest
Tamas Freund plays the saxophone in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICG
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KICB
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian...
Tamas Freund speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KIAZ
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund points at a screen at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund points at a screen at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Tamas Freund points at a screen at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KIAQ
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KIAK
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
HUNGARY
RTR2KIAF
March 28, 2011
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Budapest, Hungary
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science...
Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest March 16, 2011. Freund, one of the three Hungarian scientists who received Europe's top prize for brain research, hopes his findings will once help cure brain diseases such as epilepsy, anxiety, depression or schizophrenia, some of which are considered to be plagues of our information age.The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize -- or The Brain Prize -- is awarded in Denmark to one or more scientists for their outstanding contribution to European neuroscience. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
OTSUKA/
RTXVQGI
December 15, 2010
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Hugichi arrives at a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange...
Tokyo, Japan
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Hugichi arrives at a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange...
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Hugichi arrives at a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo December 15, 2010. Shares of Otsuka Holdings posted modest gains in their debut on Wednesday after the company priced its $2.4 billion IPO conservatively to offset investor worries about future competition for its mainstay schizophrenia drug. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OTSUKA/
RTXVQGC
December 15, 2010
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks during a news conference at the Tokyo Stock...
Tokyo, Japan
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks during a news conference at the Tokyo Stock...
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks during a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo December 15, 2010. Shares of Otsuka Holdings posted modest gains in their debut on Wednesday after the company priced its $2.4 billion IPO conservatively to offset investor worries about future competition for its mainstay schizophrenia drug. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH HEADSHOT)
OTSUKA/
RTXVQG7
December 15, 2010
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks next to his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink...
Tokyo, Japan
Otsuka Holdings' CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks next to his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink during a news...
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi speaks next to his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink during a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo December 15, 2010. Shares of Otsuka Holdings posted modest gains in their debut on Wednesday after the company priced its $2.4 billion IPO conservatively to offset investor worries about future competition for its mainstay schizophrenia drug. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OTSUKA/
RTXVQG4
December 15, 2010
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after...
Tokyo, Japan
Otsuka Holdings' CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after a news conference...
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo December 15, 2010. Shares of Otsuka Holdings posted modest gains in their debut on Wednesday after the company priced its $2.4 billion IPO conservatively to offset investor worries about future competition for its mainstay schizophrenia drug. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
OTSUKA/
RTXVQG0
December 15, 2010
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after...
Tokyo, Japan
Otsuka Holdings' CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after a news conference...
Otsuka Holdings' President and CEO Tatsuo Higuchi drinks his company's Pocari Sweat sports drink after a news conference at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo December 15, 2010. Shares of Otsuka Holdings posted modest gains in their debut on Wednesday after the company priced its $2.4 billion IPO conservatively to offset investor worries about future competition for its mainstay schizophrenia drug. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
ASTRAZENECA/
RTR2B53W
March 02, 2010
A worker leaves the AstraZeneca research facility in Loughborough, March 2, 2010. AstraZeneca is to...
Loughborough, United Kingdom
A worker leaves the AstraZeneca research facility in Loughborough
A worker leaves the AstraZeneca research facility in Loughborough, March 2, 2010. AstraZeneca is to stop researching some disease areas that form the backbone of its current business -- including schizophrenia and acid reflux -- in a drive to focus R&D efforts and cut costs. In the United States, early-stage discovery research will cease at Wilmington, Delaware, while the Swedish research site in Lund will close, as will the British site at Charnwood, as respiratory and inflammation work moves to Moelndal in Sweden. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH EMPLOYMENT)
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RTXDZJP
April 14, 2009
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009....
Golden, UNITED STATES
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009. Johnson & Johnson said its quarterly earnings fell, hurt by generic competition for its Risperdal schizophrenia drug and the strong dollar, but lower costs enabled the company to beat Wall Street expectations. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
JOHNSONANDJOHNSON/
RTXDZJN
April 14, 2009
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14,...
Golden, UNITED STATES
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009. Johnson & Johnson said its quarterly earnings fell, hurt by generic competition for its Risperdal schizophrenia drug and the strong dollar, but lower costs enabled the company to beat Wall Street expectations. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
JOHNSONANDJOHNSON/
RTXDZJI
April 14, 2009
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009....
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster
Products made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009. Johnson & Johnson said its quarterly earnings fell, hurt by generic competition for its Risperdal schizophrenia drug and the strong dollar, but lower costs enabled the company to beat Wall Street expectations. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
JOHNSONANDJOHNSON/
RTXDZJ6
April 14, 2009
Products made by Johnson & Johnson are displayed for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Products made by Johnson & Johnson are displayed for sale on a store shelf in Westminster
Products made by Johnson & Johnson are displayed for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009. Johnson & Johnson said its quarterly earnings fell, hurt by generic competition for its Risperdal schizophrenia drug and the strong dollar, but lower costs enabled the company to beat Wall Street expectations. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
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