DVD2006 52 Minutes
How the global racket in fake drugs turned an easily curable disease into a big child killer.
According to leading scientists, millions of children, mainly in Africa, could have been saved if the pharmaceutical industry and the World Health Organisation had collaborated to address the problem of fake drugs. Now signs are emerging that malaria is developing resistance to the one effective drug that can treat it. It's a development which threatens patients all over the world. But - after decades of silence - has the W.H.O. left it too late?