“Democratic public health”: Big pharma relies on developing world while limiting access to treatment
“The critical issue here is not whether vaccines are good or bad, but … even more, I would suggest what is at stake is a democratic public health.”
Any true hope in ending despair and the unchecked spread of the coronavirus must begin by following the public’s clearly documented trust in science.
For too many Americans, health care workers are out of sight, out of mind.
Dosing puppies with drugs designed for humans won’t make people safer. In fact, it poses serious risks to human health.
Physicians Premier ER charged Dr. Zachary Sussman’s insurance $10,984 for his COVID-19 antibody test even though Sussman worked for the chain and knows the testing materials only cost about $8. Even more surprising: The insurer paid in full.
The compounding threats of heat and isolation have been laid bare this summer thanks to COVID-19.
“Public health officials worry that the Trump administration is looking to roll out a vaccine prematurely, or at least to hype one, before the election as a way to score political points.“
“It provides another wonderful example of where compounds in nature can be used to treat human diseases.”
“We want to be compensated for the costs of climate damages both past, present and future.”
Dr. Scott Atlas is not an epidemiologist and was brought on specifically because he would back President Trump’s position “about how the pandemic was going, that the threat was receding, that the country should reopen.”