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The following document represents media coverage of the Zika virus involving Georgetown faculty from campuses including the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University Medical Center, and the chemistry and biology departments at Georgetown University. Read More

2017

Report highlights critical actions needed to monitor HCV epidemic
Wednesday, August 16 with Sonia Canzater
Medical Economics Tags: global health public health

FDA Announces Plan to Tackle Tobacco Use … Someday
Wednesday, August 2 with Eric Lindblom
Undark Tags: FDA

FDA Plans to Curb Nicotine Levels in Tobacco
Friday, July 28 with Eric Lindblom
Medscape Tags: FDA

FDA to Shift Tobacco Regulatory Focus
Friday, July 28 with Eric Lindblom
MedPage Today Tags: FDA

After Advisory Council Resignations, HIV/AIDS Advocates Mobilize for Incoming Trumpcare Bill
Wednesday, June 21 with Jeffrey Crowley
Slate Tags: HIV/AIDS public health

Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Trouble Bioterrorism Experts
Sunday, May 28 with Lawrence Gostin
New York Times Tags: public health global health law Health Care Rights

Fund to curb outbreaks and chronic disease on the chopping block
Wednesday, May 24 with Lawrence Gostin
Nature Tags: public health

Congo to test experimental Ebola vaccine as disease re-emerges
Tuesday, May 23 with Lawrence Gostin
Financial Times Tags: Ebola public health

Ebola virus in DR Congo: CDC not ready to issue travel advisory
Friday, May 19 with Dan Lucey
Newsweek Tags: public health Ebola

Lancet Article Offers Recommendations For Reforms To ‘Global Health Law Trilogy’
Thursday, May 18 with Lawrence Gostin
Kaiser Health News Tags: global health law Lancet

'Bureaucratic, weak and ineffective': How we can reform the World Health Organisation
Tuesday, May 16 with Lawrence Gostin
International Business Times Tags: WHO public health global health

E-Cig Summit: Does FDA Regulation Go Too Far?
Monday, May 15 with Eric Lindblom
Medscape Tags: public health FDA

Most-Cited Health Law Scholars
Thursday, April 20 with Lawrence Gostin
Harvard Bill of Health (blog) Tags: Georgetown University

Trump pushes historic cuts in global health aid, stoking fears of new disease outbreaks and diminished U.S. clout
Monday, April 10 with Lawrence Gostin
The Los Angeles Times Tags: global health

The Campaign to Lead the World Health Organization
Monday, April 3 with Lawrence Gostin
The New York Times Tags: WHO

One important exception to Trump’s budget cuts: programs to fight AIDS
Thursday, March 16 with Jeffrey Crowley
Vox Tags: HIV/AIDS public health

Trump's foreign aid proposal rattles global health advocates
Saturday, March 11 with Lawrence Gostin
The Lancet Tags: public health global health The Lancet

2017’s Healthiest Cities in America
Monday, February 13 with Lawrence Gostin
Wallet Hub Tags: public health

Is the Medicaid Expansion Helping the Wrong People?
Tuesday, January 31 with Timothy Westmoreland
MedPage Today Tags: public health ACA

Necesitamos una ley para hacer realidad el derecho a la salud
Tuesday, January 31 with Lawrence Gostin
El Pais Tags: global health

Election sees WHO's future role in question
Thursday, January 12 with Lawrence Gostin
https://www.devex.com/news/election-sees-who-s-future-role-in-question-89377 Tags: global health WHO

New Quarantine Authority Gives CDC More Power To Stop Outbreaks
Monday, January 2 with Lawrence Gostin
NPR's All Things Considered Tags: global health

2016

The CDC’s New Quarantine Rule Could Violate Civil Liberties
Friday, December 30 with Alexandra Phelan
The Atlantic Tags: global health law public health

Review: Power, Suffering, and the Struggle for Dignity: Human Rights Frameworks for Health and Why They Matter by Alicia Ely Yamin
Friday, November 4 with Alicia Yamin
Project Muse Tags: Health Care Rights

Book review: Rethinking Health and Human Rights through Emancipatory Frameworks around Dignity and Well-being
Tuesday, September 27 with Alicia Yamin
Health and Human Rights Journal Tags: Health Care Rights

Singapore Zika cases top 100, 1st pregnant woman positive
Wednesday, August 31 with Anthony Fauci (from O’Neill’s Zika colloquium)
Outbreak News Today Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Zika Colloquium at the O'Neill Institute
Wednesday, August 31 with Lawrence Gostin, Daniel Lucey and Anthony Fauci (from O’Neill’s Zika colloquium)
CSPAN Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Zika funding running out
Wednesday, August 31 with Dan Lucey and Anthony Fauci
Fox News (affiliate feed) Tags: global health public health emerging diseases

Zika funding running out
Wednesday, August 31 with Anthony Fauci (from O’Neill’s Zika colloquium)
Fox News Channel Special Report Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Zika Worsens in Singapore, and U.S. Experts Are Worried
Wednesday, August 31 with Anthony Fauci (from O’Neill’s Zika colloquium)
NBC News Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Plain Packaging and Stricter Tobacco Labeling Expected to Spread in Latin America
Wednesday, July 20 with Oscar Cabrera
Daily Business Review Tags: global health law public health

Zika Virus: The Facts, The Fears And The Future
Sunday, July 10 with Daniel Lucey
Medill Reports Chicago Tags: emerging diseases

Unintended Consequence: Blood Banks Could Feel The Squeeze From Zika Advisories
Wednesday, July 6 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Kaiser Health News Tags: emerging diseases

The World Can’t Even Find Pocket Change to Fight Zika
Thursday, June 30 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Bloomberg Tags: emerging diseases

Georgetown's Gostin on Zika, Other Public Health Threats: U.S. Needs Comprehensive Plan
Tuesday, June 28 with Lawrence O. Gostin
DC Bar Tags: emerging diseases public health

As Zika Looms, Us Health Officials Worry About The Neighbors
Monday, June 27 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Associated Press Tags: emerging diseases

One mosquito against the world
Monday, June 27 with John McNeill
Live Mint Tags: emerging diseases

Congress Returns this Week Looking for Compromise on Biotech Foods
Monday, June 6 with With O’Neill Institute’s “Vote Food 2016”
Progressive Farmer Tags: global health law public health

Hamburg Worries About Mandatory GMO Labeling
Monday, June 6 with With O’Neill Institute’s “Vote Food 2016”
Politico Tags: global health public health

Vote Food 2016
Monday, June 6 with With O’Neill Institute’s “Vote Food 2016”
CSPAN Tags: public health global health Georgetown University

What You Should Know About Yellow Fever
Friday, May 27 with Daniel Lucey
Undark Magazine Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

World Health Assembly establishes new health emergencies program
Friday, May 27 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Infectious Disease News Tags: global health public health

WHO Aims To Reform Itself But Health Experts Aren't Yet Impressed
Wednesday, May 25 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NPR Goats and Soda Tags: WHO

World Health Organization Considers Measures To Quicken Outbreak Response
Wednesday, May 25 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NRP All Things Considered Tags: emerging diseases public health WHO

WHO Plans To Reshape Itself To Better Handle International Outbreaks
Tuesday, May 24

WHO Plans To Reshape Itself To Better Handle International Outbreaks
Tuesday, May 24 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NPR All Things Considered Tags: WHO emerging diseases public health

Africa’s Yellow Fever Outbreak is a Glimpse of Our Connected Future
Monday, May 23 with Daniel Lucey
National Geographic Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Inside the World Bank's Pandemic Emergency Facility
Monday, May 23 with Lawrence O. Gostin
DevEx Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

Zika in the US and Cape Verde
Friday, May 20 with Daniel Lucey
BBC World News Tags: emerging diseases

Health officials to weigh declaring global emergency as yellow fever strikes southwest Africa
Wednesday, May 18 with Lawrence O. Gostin and Daniel Lucey
Los Angeles Times Tags: global health public health emerging diseases WHO Ebola

Has the yellow fever outbreak tipped over into a global health emergency?
Tuesday, May 17 with Lawrence O. Gostin and Daniel Lucey
STAT News Tags: emerging diseases global health public health

FDA to regulate cigarettes (in Spanish)
Friday, May 6 with Oscar Cabrera
Telemundo Tags: FDA

You've never heard of the powerful doctors making decisions about your health
Monday, March 7 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The Washington Post Tags: public health

GUMC Professor Studies HIV-Positive Communities
Friday, February 19 with Jeffrey S. Crowley
The Hoya Tags: HIV/AIDS public health

AIDS: How Far the World has Come and How Far it Needs To Go to Get to Zero
Wednesday, February 17 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The Conversation Africa Tags: HIV/AIDS global health law

OpEd: Still much needs to be done to improve health equity
Saturday, February 6 with Susan Kim
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Tags: public health

Georgetown Professors Criticize Congress
Friday, February 5 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The Hoya Tags: ACA

Lobbyists distort our idea of a healthy diet
Thursday, January 21 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Al Jazeera America

Doctor, lawyer upbraid Congress for ‘undermining science’ on mammo screening
Wednesday, January 20 with Kenneth Lin and Lawrence O. Gostin
Health Imaging

Everything you need to know about Zika, virus that’s spreading like wildfire
Wednesday, January 20 with Daniel Lucey
Genetic Literacy Project

Congressional spending bill section effectively undermines science and the health of women
Tuesday, January 19 with Kenneth Lin and Lawrence O. Gostin
7th Space Interactive

JAMA “viewpoint” offers same old rationale for Physician-Assisted Suicide
Tuesday, January 19 with Lawrence O. Gostin
National Right to Life News Today

Zika Virus Poses Real Threat Of Spreading To The U.S., Experts Say
Saturday, January 16 with Daniel Lucey
BuzzFeed Tags: public health emerging diseases Georgetown University

Experts Evaluate What They Learned About Ebola
Thursday, January 14 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Voice of America

West Africa's Ebola Epidemic Is Over
Thursday, January 14 with Lawrence O. Gostin
US News & World Report Tags: public health Ebola

Wheelchair Users More Likely To Die Than Non-Wheelchair Users in Car-Pedestrian Accidents
Wednesday, January 13 with John Kraemer
The Urban Transportation Monitor Tags: ADA

When should women get mammograms? Congress and some key experts disagree
Monday, January 11 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Washington Post Tags: public health

Voices Raised, Pro and Con, After Obama's Proposals on Guns
Friday, January 8 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Catholic News Service Tags: public health

Gun Control Is a Public Health Issue, Experts Say
Tuesday, January 5 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NBC News.com Tags: gun control

2015

Marijuana laws could loosen nationwide: Here’s how
Friday, December 4 with Fernanda Alonso
WFLA Tags: public health cannabis marijuana

Ebola review calls for reforms to boost global outbreak response
Monday, November 23 with Lawrence O. Gostin
CIDRAP Tags: Ebola global health WHO

‘Political Window’ Of Opportunity To Reform IHR ‘Rapidly Closing’
Monday, November 23 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Kaiser Family Health Foundation Tags: Ebola global health WHO

Wheelchair Users Are More Likely to Be Killed in Traffic Than Other Pedestrians
Thursday, November 19 with John Kraemer
The Atlantic Tags: public health ADA

Bernie Sanders says U.S. is only major country that doesn't guarantee health care as a right
Sunday, November 15 with Lawrence Gostin
PolitiFact Tags: ACA

The Weed Blog: WOLA, O’Neill Institute To Examine Public Health Approaches To Legalizing Marijuana
Wednesday, November 4 with Oscar Cabrera

The ongoing march for LGB health care equality
Friday, October 23 with Timothy Westmoreland and Jeffrey Crowley
Washington Blade Tags: HIV/AIDS

Some health experts say the USA hasn't learned key lessons from Ebola experience
Tuesday, September 22 with Lawrence O. Gostin
USA Today Tags: Ebola global health

Year of airport screening doesn't catch Ebola
Tuesday, September 22 with Lawrence O. Gostin
USA Today Tags: Ebola global health

Global health expert shares lessons learned about Ebola, future of world health
Monday, September 14 with Lawrence O. Gostin
International Business Times Tags: Ebola Georgetown University

Panelists to discuss current state of Ebola epidemic at O’Neill Institute Colloquium
Monday, September 14 with O'Neill Institute
News Medical Tags: Ebola Georgetown University

Speaking with: Lawrence Gostin on Ebola, the WHO and the future of global health
Monday, September 14 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The Conversation Tags: Georgetown University Ebola WHO

3 ways bad spelling could alter the course of your life
Monday, August 3 with Michele Forzley
Market Watch Tags: public health

Embryo wars: Avoiding Sofia Vergara’s legal woes
Monday, August 3 with Susan Crockin
MSNBC Tags: genetic testing public health

White House Releases Updated HIV/AIDS Strategy and amfAR Releases Report
Monday, August 3 with Jeffrey Crowley
Out Tags: HIV/AIDS public health

Analysis offers insights on how to execute National HIV-AIDS strategy
Friday, July 31 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Vaccine News Daily Tags: HIV/AIDS public health vaccines

New amfAR report highlights priority actions to help states achieve national HIV/AIDS strategy goals
Friday, July 31 with Jeff Crowly
LGBT Weekly Tags: HIV/AIDS

World must prepare for viruses like 'war'
Tuesday, July 28 with Lawrence O. Gostin
9News.com.au Tags: public health emerging diseases global health

Being shamed by a CEO turned this mom into a health privacy advocate
Tuesday, July 21 with Lawrence O. Gostin
PBS NewsHour Tags: health privacy

The ACA's Potential to Transform the AIDS Response
Thursday, July 9 with Jeff Crowly
The Body Tags: ACA HIV/AIDS

As More Research Emerges, Soda Taxes and Limits No Longer Seem as Radical
Tuesday, June 30 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Healthline Tags: soda tax sugar

California Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Mandatory Vaccine Law
Tuesday, June 30 with Lawrence O. Gostin
National Journal Tags: vaccines public health SB277

Bernie Sanders: U.S. 'only major country' that doesn't guarantee right to health care
Monday, June 29 with Lawrence O. Gostin
PolitiFact Tags: ACA universal health care rights

Vaccine bill could be a trend setter
Sunday, June 28 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The San Diego Union-Tribune Tags: vaccines public health SB277

How Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Could Improve Health
Friday, June 26 with Jeffrey Crowley
Live Science Tags: same sex marriage SCOTUS

What Obamacare Supreme Court Decision Means for Consumers
Thursday, June 25 with Timothy Westmoreland
The Street Tags: same sex marriage SCOTUS

Assessing the Threat of MERS
Tuesday, June 23 with Lawrence O. Gostin, Daniel Lucey
Occupational Health & Safety Tags: MERS WHO emerging diseases

MERS spread shows signs of slowing in S Korea
Saturday, June 20 with Lawrence O. Gostin, Daniel Lucey
AsiaOne Tags: MERS WHO emerging diseases

Expert: US Trans Fats Phase Out Could Impact Developing Countries
Tuesday, June 16 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Voice of America Tags: trans fat FDA public health

Rise in new cases shows Ebola has not released its deadly grip
Friday, June 12 with Daniel Lucey
The Washington Post Tags: global health Ebola WHO

WHO's on First? The Way Forward to Regain Respect
Friday, June 12 with Lawrence O. Gostin
MedPage Today Tags: global health Ebola WHO

As the Mers crisis deepens, is the WHO fit for purpose?
Tuesday, June 9 with Lawrence O. Gostin
South China Morning Post Tags: MERS WHO emerging diseases

‘Devious Defecator’ Case Tests Genetics Law
Friday, May 29 with Lawrence O. Gostin
The New York Times Tags: GINA genetic testing

World Health Organization Considers Measures To Quicken Outbreak Response
Monday, May 25 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NPR All Things Considered Tags: global health Ebola WHO

WHO Calls For $100 Million Emergency Fund, Doctor 'SWAT Team'
Thursday, May 21 with Lawrence O. Gostin
NPR Tags: global health Ebola WHO

Ebola Failures Prompt WHO Rethink
Wednesday, May 13 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Nature Tags: WHO Ebola Global Health

Can The Ebola Outbreak Rejuvenate Global Health Security?
Saturday, May 9 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Newshour Tags: The Lancet Ebola Global Health WHO

Ebola declared dead in Liberia
Saturday, May 9 with Lawrence O. Gostin
CNN Tags: Ebola WHO

What overall impact will the Ebola crisis have on Global Health Security?
Saturday, May 9 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Medical News Today Tags: Global Health Law Ebola WHO

Liberia set to be declared Ebola-free
Friday, May 8 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Australian Broadcast Corp/Radio Tags: The Lancet Ebola Global Health WHO

Experts air Ebola lessons ahead of World Health Assembly
Thursday, May 7 with Lawrence O. Gostin
CIDRAP Tags: Global Health Law The Lancet Ebola Georgetown University WHO

Fake, low-grade drugs hinder drive against disease, weaken trust - researchers - TRFN
Thursday, May 7 with Lawrence O. Gostin
Reuters Tags: The Lancet

How to Build a New Global Health Framework
Thursday, May 7 with Lawrence O. Gostin, Eric A. Friedman
O'Neill Institute health and law experts offer specific steps for creating a new global health system Tags: The Lancet Ebola WHO global health

Key Issues Facing the 2015 World Health Assembly, from Ebola to WHO Reform
Thursday, May 7 with Lawrence O. Gostin
KFF Press Briefing Tags: WHO Ebola Global Health

Offline: The law as a prescription for health
Saturday, May 2
The Lancet Tags: Lancet global health law

The Armstrong V Exceptional Child Inc. Medicaid Payment Case: Now What?
Thursday, April 30 with Timothy Westmoreland
Health Affairs

African CDC needs more money and a strong leader
Friday, April 24 with Lawrence O Gostin
Nature

Big Changes Needed
Wednesday, April 22 with Lawrence O Gostin
Chicago Tribune

High-level commission focuses on law's power to significantly improve world's health
Tuesday, April 21 with Lancet - O'Neill Institute, Georgetown University Commission on Global Health and the Law
Medical Express

Comments on Ebola
Friday, April 17 with Lawrence O Gostin
BBC World News

Toward a Middle Ground in Regulating E-cigarettes
Thursday, April 9 with Eric Lindblom
Penn Reg Blog

Is federal funding for women with HIV on the chopping block?
Monday, April 6 with Jeffrey Crowley
Fusion

Could Sex Have Brought Ebola Back to Liberia?
Wednesday, March 25 with Lawrence O Gostin
NBC News

Effectively regulating e-cigarettes
Wednesday, March 25 with Eric Lindblom
UK Health Forum

Emails: UN health agency resisted declaring Ebola emergency
Friday, March 20 with Lawrence O Gostin
Associated Press

Can Your Dietary Supplements Pass a 'Paternity Test'?
Thursday, March 19 with Aliza Glasner
Everyday Health

E-Cigarettes TV Commercials Prompt Craving For A Real Cigarette
Saturday, March 14 with Eric Lindblom
States Chronicles

Enough evidence exists to regulate e-cigarettes, legal scholar argues
Friday, March 13 with Eric Lindblom
Consumer Affairs

E-Cigarette Marketing and the First Amendment
Thursday, March 12 with Eric Lindblom
Yale Journal on Regulation

Time Is Right for E-Cig Regulation
Thursday, March 12 with Eric Lindblom
MedPage Today

After 130 Days, Klain Ends Ebola Czar Term
Friday, March 6 with Ana S Ayala, Lawrence O Gostin
The Hoya

Dump The Lumps: The World Health Organization Says Eat Less Sugar
Wednesday, March 4 with Sarah Roache
NPR Blogs

WHO Sugar Consumption Guidelines (Video)
Wednesday, March 4 with Sarah Roache
CTV

Antibiotic Resistance: Why Aren’t Drug Companies Developing New Medicines To Stop Superbugs?
Tuesday, March 3 with Aliza Glasner
International Business Times

Tough Road For Health-Related Tax Code Changes
Monday, February 23 with Lawrence O Gostin
KCUR

Persistent HIV Epidemic Prompts New Partnership
Friday, February 20 with Jeffrey Crowley
The Hoya

Vaccinations Are States’ Call
Monday, February 16 with Lawrence O Gostin
New York Times

The Ebola crisis, WHO and missing funds to fight the epidemic
Sunday, February 15 with Lawrence O Gostin
Digital Journal

WHO May Lose Credibility After Ebola
Sunday, February 15 with Ana S Ayala, Lawrence O Gostin
MedPage Today

Chicago-area measles cases put spotlight on day care centers
Saturday, February 7 with Lawrence O Gostin
Associated Press

Critics Say Ebola Crisis Was WHO's Big Failure. Will Reform Follow?
Friday, February 6 with Lawrence O Gostin
NPR

Op-Ed: States Must Tighten Laws That Let Parents Opt Out of Vaccinating Kids
Wednesday, February 4 with Lawrence O Gostin
National Law Journal

Jim Yong Kim's plan to prevent future pandemics
Wednesday, January 28 with Lawrence O Gostin
devex

The WHO Adopts Reforms After Bungling Ebola
Sunday, January 25 with Lawrence O Gostin
The Associated Press

W.H.O. Members Endorse Resolution to Improve Response to Health Emergencies
Sunday, January 25 with Lawrence O Gostin
The New York Times

Brote de Sarampión Pone en Debate Vacunas
Friday, January 23 with Oscar Cabrera
Telemundo

Better Training, Funding Could Improve U.S. Response to Biological Outbreaks
Thursday, January 15 with Lawrence O Gostin
BioPrepWatch

Ebola Spread After WHO’s 2010 Warning Ignored, Agency Says
Thursday, January 15
Bloomberg

CDC and Flu After Ebloa
Wednesday, January 14 with Lawrence O Gostin
Newsmax

Public Health Services Almost Absent in Bangladesh
Wednesday, January 7 with Lawrence O Gostin
Bangladesh News

Quarantines
Thursday, January 1 with Lawrence O Gostin
NPR

2014

US Disease Preps-Low Grades
Sunday, December 28 with Lawrence O Gostin
USA Today

Ebola Look Back
Tuesday, December 23 with Ana S Ayala
MedPage Today

Ebola: The Needless Epidemic?
Tuesday, December 23 with Ana S Ayala
MedPage Today

Report Gives USA Low Grades on Preparing for Disease
Thursday, December 18 with Lawrence O Gostin
USA Today

Ebola; US Hospital Investment
Wednesday, December 10 with Lawrence O Gostin
Mother Jones

Let Gay Men Donate Blood
Monday, December 1 with Jeffrey Crowley
The Washington Post

Ebola and Beyond
Friday, November 21 with Lawrence O Gostin
The Jewish Business News

Cost of Ebola
Sunday, November 16 with Lawrence O Gostin
USA Today

The Ethics of Infection
Saturday, November 8 with Lawrence O Gostin
The New York Times

Why Berkeley Passed a Soda Tax and S.F. Didn’t
Friday, November 7 with Lawrence O Gostin
The San Francisco Chronicle

Ebola: Obama Seeks $6 Billion to Fight Epidemic
Thursday, November 6 with Lawrence O Gostin
MedPage Today

On Travel Bans, Quarantines and ʺBenign Neglect of the Real Situationʺ
Tuesday, November 4 with Lawrence O Gostin
Ebola Deeply

State Quarantine Powers Under the Constitution: Fear in an Age of Ebola
Tuesday, November 4 with Lawrence Gostin
Americab Constitution Society for Law and Policy

Ebola Quarantines Complicate Holiday Travel Plans, May Deter Aid Workers
Monday, November 3 with Lawrence O Gostin
Washington Times

WHO Africa to Elect New Leader Amid Criticism for Botching Response to Ebola
Monday, November 3 with Lawrence O Gostin
Associated Press

Aggressive Ebola quarantines: What Does the Law Say?
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Fortune

Experts Talk About Critical Ebola Missteps in the US
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
WJLA

Federal Actions Reflect Limited Role in Quarantine
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Boston Globe

New Jersey Releases Ebola Protocol Details
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Associated Press

Nurse Kaci Hickox steps up Ebola quarantine battle
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Today

States Quarrel Over Quarantine
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Thom Hartmann Program

The Quarantine of Nurse Kaci Hickox Epitomizes a Scientifically Ignorant and Paranoid Society Frightened of Ebola
Friday, October 31 with Susan C Kim
Boston Globe

The United States’ Misguided Self-Interest On Ebola
Friday, October 31 with Lawrence O Gostin
Health Affairs

AP IMPACT: US Not Prepared for Ebola Crisis
Thursday, October 30 with Lawrence O Gostin
Associated Press

Blocking Ebola
Thursday, October 30 with Lawrence O Gostin
The O'Reilly Factor

Ebola Quarantines: Can States Do That?
Thursday, October 30 with Lawrence O Gostin
Washington Post

Is US Health Care Unprepared for Ebola
Thursday, October 30 with Lawrence O Gostin
CIO Today

Nurse’s Bike Ride Defying Ebola Quarantine Could Set Legal Precedent
Thursday, October 30 with Susan C Kim
Time

The Renegade Nurse
Thursday, October 30 with Lawrence O Gostin
The Atlantic

Cobertura en equipo sobre el virus del ébola en la capital
Friday, October 17 with Ana S Ayala
Telemundo

Enfermera Con Ebola Ilega a Maryland
Thursday, October 16 with Oscar Cabrera
Telemundo

Exigen suspender vuelos de países afectados por ébola
Thursday, October 16 with Ana S Ayala
Telemundo

¿Qué tanto sirve poner controles en los aeropuertos para contener el ébola?
Friday, October 10 with Ana S Ayala
BBC World News

Ebola Segment
Tuesday, October 7 with Ana S Ayala
EWTV

Dulles Airport Wants More Precautions Taken in the Future
Thursday, October 2
WJLA

Dulles Airport Wants More Precautions Taken in the Future
Thursday, October 2 with Ana S Ayala
WJLA

Ebola Response: Fighting the Last Outbreak?
Thursday, September 18 with Ana S Ayala
MedPage Today

Ebola and Ethics: Are Rich Nations Doing Enough to Fight the Outbreak?
Tuesday, August 12 with Ana S Ayala
The Christian Science Monitor

1969

Ebola review calls for reforms to boost global outbreak response
Wednesday, December 31

Health prevention comes with tension for nation’s top medical task force
Wednesday, December 31