Geta Roman is a Bucharest-based freelance journalist writing about history and medicine. For more than 10 years she was a health editor for Romanian daily newspapers (Cotidianul, Evenimentul Zilei). She has been working in journalism for 17 years, covering mostly health issues. Lately, she has worked with NGOs, developing communication strategies and accessible articles for people with different forms of cancer or for those with autism spectrum disorders. For five years she was a jury member for the EU Health Prize for Journalists. She graduated from the Faculty of Journalism and Science of Communication, Bucharest University.
Work published elsewhere
Drugs that are less secure for patients, now flagged in a special way. Find out what it looks like
A news story about a new EU labelling system for drugs that are being monitored
Eleven factors that increase the risk of getting breast cancer
A look at the links between the contraceptive pill, obesity, number of children and cancer
The hospital where doctors diagnose breast cancer with their pockets shut
Article about he Romanian public hospital where doctors refuse to take money for investigating women for breast cancer