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Big Pharma’s COVID-19 profiteers: how the race to develop treatments and a vaccine will create a historic windfall for the industry—and everyone else will pay the price.
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Economic sanctions as collective punishment: the case of Venezuela.
There is a cost to Trump. We are seeing it now in Gaza.
Amid US funding cuts, UNRWA appeals for health and dignity of Palestinian refugees.
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Mapping the impact of the expanded Mexico City Policy for HIV/family planning service integration in PEPFAR-supported countries: a risk index.
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The Trump global gag rule: an attack on US family planning and global health aid.
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“There’s no other word but racist”: Trump’s global rebuke for “shithole” remark.
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Trump is in a coma on public health.
White House releases FY21 budget request.
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Climate crisis: 6 million people join latest wave of global protests.
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When abortion was a crime: women, medicine, and law in the United States.
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Clinicians join throngs in March for Our Lives.
Reducing firearm-related injuries and deaths in the United States: executive summary of a policy position paper from the American College of Physicians.
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Medical Professionals who care for #GunViolence Victims.
White coats for black lives: medical students responding to racism and police brutality.
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The good doctors: the Medical Committee for Human Rights and the struggle for social justice in health care.
The Sistersong Collective: women of colour, reproductive health and human rights.
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Beyond berets: the Black Panthers as health activists.
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#MeToo: how a hashtag became a rallying cry against sexual harassment.
Poor people’s movements: why they succeed, how they fail.
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