Experimenting on the Third World

Clinical trials that test medicines for use in the European Union (EU) increasingly take place in low and middle income countries. Most trial participants in these countries are poor, have limited access to health care and have low medical literacy, all factors that limit their autonomy to participate in the clinical trial. Unfortunately, the bodies responsible for protecting the rights and safety of these vulnerable partici­pants, such as national drug regulatory authorities and ethics
committees, often do not function properly.

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Tens of thousands of witches around the world join forces every month to cast a ‘binding’ spell on Donald Trump and ‘protect’ us from his actions

Vicky, who runs a renowned occult store in tinseltown, says the spell aims to stop the US President from reaping “harm and destruction” across the globe. She says her shop has been inundated with people desperate to learn the spell and buy the ingredients – which include an orange candle to signify the President’s trademark fake tanned skin.

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