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December 1, 2022
A “Prevention Revolution” Offers Hope in the World’s Largest HIV Epidemic
New forms of PrEP to prevent HIV, like injectable CAB-LA, are coming. Public health officials hope they’ll help South Africa’s young women, one of the most impacted groups in the world, avoid the virus.
October 20, 2022
The Death Eaters: Covid in the Liberal Imagination
A call to rescue public health from the dead hand of neutrality.
September 1, 2022
Meet Sandy Morris, the ALS Heroine Hardly Anybody Knows
Anthony Fauci understood that making people like Sandy who are living with a disease part of the research process leads to better science. But the rest of the NIH still hasn’t gotten the message.
August 4, 2022
Monkeypox Makes It 3 Strikes, and Now We’re Out
We know what to do. We have the tools. We simply don’t want to do it.
June 2, 2022
Monkeypox Is Not a Gay Disease
But it has arrived in our community—and our decades of experience dealing with HIV give us the chance to get things right from the outset.
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May 26, 2022
Urvashi Vaid, 1958–2022
Telling the truth, standing together, and fighting for liberation.
May 19, 2022
“Case Numbers Don’t Matter”—and Other Fatal Covid Fallacies
The logic behind “cases don’t matter”—the drumbeat of medical professionals pushing us back to normal—is a direct violation of the oath to “first, do no harm.”
March 10, 2022
The Biden Administration Turns Its Back on the Pandemic
Structural violence, social murder, and our national policy of organized abandonment.
February 3, 2022
Why Wishful Thinking on Covid Remains As Dangerous as Ever
Pundits urging us to treat Covid “like the flu” or pushing “the urgency of normal” are just variations of the siren song of surrender to needless death and preventable disease.
October 14, 2021
America as a “Shining City on a Hill”—and Other Myths to Die By
Time to begin the dirty, essential work of undigging our history, before it kills us all.