Packard on History of Global Health: devastating first chapter (we need to do better)

While i intend to write more about Packard’s new book¬†(delightfully if uncomfortably subtitled, interventions into the lives of others) once i am through with it, a paragraph in the opening chapter seemed both so important and accurate as to merit sharing immediately — particularly given the lessons it may hold for the Universal Health CoverageContinue reading “Packard on History of Global Health: devastating first chapter (we need to do better)”

if it doesn’t kill them, it makes them stronger (III) / why would you do things that way? (II)

well, this is bad and annoying. bad:¬†malaria resistance to ACTs is being increasingly reported in Thailand. annoying: the article’s narrator & interviewee go on to say that immediate steps need to be taken. then, instead of listing some possible steps, they highlight that maybe a malaria vaccine is on the horizon. 1. what should weContinue reading “if it doesn’t kill them, it makes them stronger (III) / why would you do things that way? (II)”