Fighting big pharma from exploiting a South African wild yam

Fighting big pharma from exploiting a South African wild yam

[IAfrikan - Africa] - 11/02/2020
In the 1950s, the African yam was exploited by drugs firm Boots to produce cortisone. But South Africans fought back against the plundering of a plant that they used for traditional healing.
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