Monthly Archives: January 2015

The New Hatred.

Let me say this at the outset: I am an infectious disease epidemiologist. I believe vaccines represent arguably the most astonishing advance in health that we have yet developed. The lives they have saved are probably literally countless, and the … Continue reading

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The men behind the curtain.

Monday was the fifth anniversary of the earthquake that shattered Port au Prince, Haiti. A hundred thousand people were killed, and a great deal of local healthcare infrastructure was destroyed. The scale of the crisis, in the heavily populated capital city … Continue reading

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