Investigations and stories about the pharmaceutical market, access to medicines and public policies on health.


Spanish public hospitals pay 307,200 euros for each personalised childhood leukaemia treatment

The real cost that public administrations pay for CAR-T therapies is negotiated in secret, although the Ministry of Health does publish the maximum price it is willing to pay.


Cross-examination of a human right

One in ten women around the world doesn't use the contraceptives she needs. We analyse how women exercise this right and how side effects, misogyny, beliefs, and outsiders interfere with it.


The Sin of Birth Control

The three main monotheistic religions, Catholicism, Judaism, and Islam, all limit the right of women to decide about their pregnancies. But within each there are schisms and different interpretations and levels of acceptance.


Women speak up

Women from around the world talk about contraception, barriers, side effects & about who makes the decision.

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