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Denialism’s Dark Day

November 2nd, 2009 Posted in Blog | No Comments

The process may be painful, and at times even deadly, but denialism actually can be defeated. It happened last week South Africa, which was once the world’s unrivaled capitol of AIDS Denialism. In a speech that sent AIDS jubilant activists into the streets to celebrate, President Jacob Zuma said: “We must accept that we need to work harder, and with renewed focus, to implement the strategy that we have developed together … knowledge will help us to confront denialism and the stigma attached to the epidemic.”  Read more »

Fight the Flu, Not the Medicine

October 31st, 2009 Posted in Blog | 5 Comments

To accompany the launch of my book,   Denialism, I have decided to join the rest of the cyber world, and start a blog. I intend to write about issues like public health, genetics, and global food policy, which have always preoccupied me. And maybe also about other important topics, such as bicycles and the Yankees. Since H1N1 is on everyone¹s mind, let's start with that. Read more »