History of Medicine

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  • 29 May 2020
    Theodore M. Brown

    The United States and the World Health Organization

    In April 2020 U.S. President Donald Trump began to lash out at the World Health Organization, blaming it for what he claimed were missteps, failures, and prevarications in its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. On April 14 he announced that U.S. funding for WHO would be frozen for 60-90 days while his administration conducted a […]

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  • 19 May 2020
    Philip J. van der Eijk

    Pandemics and Psychology

    In addition to the medical and economic aspects of the current crisis, the psychological challenges it poses have over recent weeks increasingly claimed our attention. Even if one is not affected personally, how does one cope with this crisis mentally? How does one deal with its consequences in everyday life, with the anxieties and concerns, […]

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