Second Opinion: What the pandemic taught us about global and national public health

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In this episode, we look at the troubled public health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic around the world and here in the United States. We also examine what the pandemic taught us about how we might handle lesser-known diseases affecting the world’s poorest people. Our guests are Peter Hotez, a virologist at Baylor College of Medicine, and Elisabeth Rosenthal, the editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News.
Second Opinion is produced by L.A. Times Studios in conjunction with the L.A. Times newsroom. Its host is Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, the executive chairman of the Los Angeles Times. This episode is moderated by Times White House reporter Eli Stokols.
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong is a surgeon and scientist who has spent his career studying the human immune system to fight cancer and infectious disease. Last year, Soon-Shiong’s company, ImmunityBio, received permission from the Food and Drug Administration to begin Phase 1 trials of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate. He has also received approval to begin trials in South Africa, where he will explore the potential of his T cell vaccine to prevent infection from mutated strains of the coronavirus.
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Political Porn
Political Porn پیش 3 روز
Taught me Biden and his Administration have failed American- to try to change us to a communist country!!!
R K
R K پیش 14 روز
Dr.P. Hotez keep saying poor Africans, poor Africans. Some African nations do not need your vaccine. Using photos of village people of Africa to make your point does not make sense. Same old same when will this stop?
Luz D
Luz D پیش 14 روز
Hello! Here is my comment! I've heard much about this issue! I've also heard that there is a medicine for the covid virus!!
Luz D
Luz D پیش 14 روز
Which trade Name is ' Ivermectin' so what's sense for a vaccine?
Freedom forever
Freedom forever پیش 14 روز
I recommend not to mention the fact. Those "epidemic" restrictions will kill 100 to 115 million people worldwide, only 9+ suicides with forced arrests at home and others from starvation!
24james
24james پیش 14 روز
China lies & never, EVER believe the WHO. 💯🖕🏽🇨🇳
Ann Carr
Ann Carr پیش 14 روز
This virus shows that people are greedy and dirty and vain
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