Why don't medicines always work the way they're supposed to?
Wednesdays 6 to 20 August 2003 9.00-9.30pm
There are startling differences between the ways in which men's and women's bodies deal with medications. Women's response to a whole host of medicines varies from that of men, yet their involvement in drug trials is minimal. Vivienne Parry explores why one man's medicine could be another woman's poison.