Under most circumstances, it would have been hard to begrudge Hillary Clinton too much for saying a few nice things about Nancy Reagan at her funeral earlier this year. Regardless of your feelings towards either woman, it is usually considered good… Read More ›
Preventing HIV Prevention
About a half century before Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had the chance to chronicle the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, an unassuming anesthesiologist named John Snow informally introduced the wonders of deductive reasoning to the people of London. Snow, an English… Read More ›
Test and Treat…And Then What?
The only way we get through life with any semblance of sanity is through compartmentalization. Everyone of us has hundreds of different spheres and categories into which we make sense of our lives. Each weekday morning, most of us leave… Read More ›
The Color of Drug Money: Gilead Sciences and “Philanthropy”
By Drew Gibson Last night, while trudging through the endless cavalcade of reality shows on the TV guide, I came across a station that was playing The Gangs of New York. Naturally, I had to stop and watch it as… Read More ›