To Fight COVID-19, Asia Increasingly Turns to Traditional Medicine
By Tom Fawthrop
With vaccine access still uneven, many in Thailand, Vietnam, and beyond are looking for herbal treatments.
COVID-19 Is Reshaping Global Pharmaceutical Competition – to Asia’s Benefit
By Hannah Elyse Sworn
The valuable experience gained by Asian companies during the pandemic could upset the West’s monopoly in high-value drugs more generally, with implications for global access to medicines.
How Wuhan Virologists Pegged Chloroquine as a Potential COVID-19 Cure
By Sribala Subramanian
In a paper published in February, before the disease even had a name, Chinese scientists noted an anti-malaria drug as a promising treatment.