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Transforming America's 'sick care' system

Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams discusses the need to shift America’s health care system to a prevention model, strategies for addressing complex health challenges, and how being a nurse has shaped her career.

HIV medication poses prescribing dilemma in poor countries

The recent discovery that an anti-HIV medication called dolutegravir can cause birth defects among pregnant women poses ethical challenges for doctors and patients in low-resource settings, according to reports. An April 19, 2019 NPR article examined the dilemma…

Health effects of inequality

Mary Bassett became director of the François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights and François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights on September 1. She previously served as commissioner of the New…

Acknowledging gains, challenges in global health

Great strides have been made in global health in recent years, yet there’s plenty more work to be done, according to experts. A February 4, 2019 article in the New York Times, co-authored by Harvard T.H. Chan School…

Preparing for future pandemics by learning from the past

October 3, 2018—In past pandemics, infrastructure failures and problematic language in the media have undercut efforts to contain disease, according to Harvard’s Allan Brandt. Brandt, professor of the history of science and Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the…

Harvard Chan researchers present new findings at AIDS conference

The 22nd International AIDS Conference drew HIV/AIDS experts from around the world, including researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, who presented new findings on topics including the risks of a new AIDS drug, “test-and-treat” campaigns…