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With Global Health Faculty Fellow Kari Nadeau acting as a reviewer and Global Health Faculty Fellow Lisa Patel co-authoring a case study, Stanford faculty help establish this important new initiative.
With a new administration headed to the White House, Christopher Rios dives into U.S. participation in the equitable vaccine distribution initiative.
While many of us were anxiously pacing through a week-long election, the United States quietly but formally withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement...
In this newsletter, we shed light on the complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic on a very vulnerable population: migrants and refugees at the U.S. - Mexico border.
While this newsletter ordinarily focuses on the ongoing pandemic, I would like to take a moment this week to highlight a monumental achievement in global health: wild-poliovirus eradication from the African continent.
With more than 200 COVID-19 vaccines barreling towards deployment and Russia approving an untested vaccine last week...
In response to the Trump administration’s formal notice of the US withdrawal from the WHO, a group of health leaders coauthored a condemning comment piece in The Lancet.
On May 29, 2020, President Donald Trump announced the USA…