“If GRID had been, for example, a lethal contamination of a commercial food product, there would have been no question of the CDC’s public health mandate: order a recall of the product, issue high-profile public warnings, and identify and disinfect the source of contamination.”—
to the person who wanted to travel, who cared so so much about global human rights, who wanted to work for an NGO, who did not care about money, who felt a never ending sense of freedom and opportunity. What happened to the person who was going to do everything required to make even the tiniest change in the world?
What happened to me, and who replaced me with this apathetic mess?
“Public Health innovation won’t come from your local woefully underfunded and understaffed public health department. Public health revolutions will come from tech companies that have almost zero connections to medical care.”—