The Current

The Current for April 11, 2019

Today on The Current: We speak to a friend of Julian Assange about the Wikileaks founder's arrest; plus, we look at the human cost of the high price of insulin; also, how a friendship between a Syrian refugee and a UN aid worker withstood the war; plus, an exhibition of artwork created by children in residential schools; and growing concern around Candida auris, a life-threatening and stubbornly drug-resistant fungus that is showing up all over the world.
Anna Maria Tremonti hosts The Current's 17th season. (CBC)
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Today on The Current:

We speak to a friend of Julian Assange about the Wikileaks founder's arrest; plus, we look at the human cost of the high price of insulin; also, how a friendship between a Syrian refugee and a UN aid worker withstood the war; plus, an exhibition of artwork created by children in residential schools; and growing concern around Candida auris, a life-threatening and stubbornly drug-resistant fungus that is showing up all over the world.