Articles in science & nature tagged with covid-19

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In this ongoing series, leading researchers debate how to turn knowledge into action.

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Jeremy A. Greene

Early advocates thought it could provide equal access to high-quality care. But private investment has increasingly crowded out public service.

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Alex de Waal

We should be wary of simplistic uses of history, but we can learn from the logic of social responses.

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Adam Gaffney

In addition to masks and ventilators, doctors demand a fundamental transformation of our health care system.

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Amy Kapczynski Gregg Gonsalves

Claims that the cure is worse than the disease rely on a false tradeoff between human needs and the economy.

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Amy Kapczynski Gregg Gonsalves

Decades of neoliberal austerity will make it harder to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, we must rebuild our social safety net and forge a New Deal for public health.

Peter Godfrey-Smith

Science’s victory over bacteria, viruses, and other microbes is far from assured—and we may be part of the problem.