Vaccinations have grown in scope throughout Italy but gaps remain, writes Susan Levenstein.
An unstable man in Italy can go mad and kill. But unlike the U.S., slaughters are out of reach. Why? Laws.
Until a few decades ago, doctoring in Italy was half-sorcery, with inked lab results seen as the most arcane of mysteries
What's available in Italy and what's not can be difficult even for a working doctor to track, since some drugs vanish only to reappear.
When a New York doctor moved to Rome in the bleak days of 1978, it was the start of a really big adventure.