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Spain's bureaucratic health care system almost killed Madrid resident Carlos Vazquez.
LONDON, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The vaccines market, which was earlier associated with low profit margins and slow growth rates, has gained momentum in recent years through innovation.
In an effort to survive declining profits and drug failures, the pharmaceutical industry is turning to layoffs and outsourcing. While many consider these trends a knee-jerk reaction, people who pull the strings in these companies have a different view of the situation.
ROME (Reuters) - Pope John Paul was spied on by Vatican informers working for the Polish secret services in the communist era, a Polish cardinal was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict said in an interview aired on Sunday that Catholicism should not be seen as a "collection of prohibitions" because of bans on gay marriage, abortion and contraception but as a Church with positive values.
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Joaquin Navarro-Valls, arguably the most famous figure in the Vatican after the Pope himself, stepped down on Tuesday after 22 years as chief spokesman.
Famed physicist Stephen Hawking said Thursday that Pope John Paul II tried to discourage him and other scientists attending a cosmology conference at the Vatican from trying to figure out how the universe began.
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