A Call to Action: Renewing the Call for Public Health Advocacy Against Nuclear Weapons March 1, 2021

Scott Alan Baker, Terrence Clark, Bert Crain, Mary Olson, Lewis Patrie, Leslie Poplawski and Dot Sulock, Western North Carolina PSR members | North Carolina Medical Journal

As health care professionals struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic and witness the call for social and racial justice in our democracy, we should also remember that there is a much greater danger and potential for human suffering: the reality of a few people in nine nations holding hostage hundreds of millions of people with the threat of use of genocidal nuclear weapons. There could be no greater social injustice than if these weapons were ever accidentally or intentionally used.

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