After graduating in political sciences and classical litterature, Carol Isoux worked a few years as a radio journalist in Paris. Then, she left for Asia, where she is a correspondent for the last 10 years, in China first and then in Thailand, where she currently lives. She writes about political, economic and cultural news of the South-East Asian region for many French (Libération, l'Obs, Europe1...) and international media (South China Morning Post). She is the president of the Thailand branch of the International Union of the French-speaking Press (UPF).
The WHO recognised traditional medicine practices, provoking an outcry among Western doctors. On the ground, Chinese medicine offers an often effective solution. How to create collaborations between the two approaches?
What are the key takeaways for developing countries from introduction of a dangerous vaccine, developed by the French laboratory Sanofi, against dengue fever?