COVID-19, nuclear war, and global warming: lessons for our vulnerable world June 12, 2020
James Muller, MD, IPPNW, and David Nathan, MD, GBPSR Member | The Lancet
The COVID-19 pandemic teaches lessons we must embrace to overcome two additional existential threats: nuclear war and global warming. Health professionals need to send a message to those whose lives we have vowed to protect: all three threats result from forces of nature made dangerous by triumphs of human intelligence, and all three can be solved by human intelligence.
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