Monthly Archives: December 2011

Censorship and Science

Earlier this week the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity — a government advisory panel that provides recommendations to the US National Institutes of Health on how to restrict terrorist use of biotechnology — made an extraordinary request. It asked … Continue reading

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Losing the War on AIDS

Last Thursday was World AIDS Day. It is held every year on December 1st, and commemorates those who have died since HIV/AIDS was first recognized as a public health threat in 1981. In the three decades since the HIV/AIDS epidemic … Continue reading

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