May 24th is Red Nose Day in the United States. The British charity Comic Relief started the event in England in 1985, and has raised $1.4 billion that has been distributed to charities that fight child poverty. Faculty Associate David Bishai is quoted.
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Public health advocates and officials are at odds over programs that allow drug users to bring in their illicit drugs to test them for a deadly synthetic opioid. Health advocates say such programs help reduce fatal overdoses by fentanyl, a powerful synthetic that has taken lives and ravaged communities across the country. Faculty Associate Susan… Read more »
Many of the policies the government listed in its 44-page “American Patients First” plan are either modest steps the administration has already taken, or policies that it has identified as needing further time and study. Faculty Associate Gerard Anderson is quoted.