Do rich markets lure biotechs away from low-cost remedies?

A pair of Canadian researchers has taken a close look at 78 small biotech companies operating in India, Brazil, China and South Africa and found that many are pursuing a host of new drugs and vaccines that would be affordable in the developing world. But there's a caveat: Many of these developers may be deflected from their mission if they're hijacked by companies more interested in treating the diseases that afflict the affluent in industrial countries. Article