The greatest health threat of our time has no medical treatment November 24, 2021

Brett Perkison MD and Rebecca Bernhardt JD, Texas PSR | Houston Chronicle

Climate change will impact us all, but not nearly to the same degree. At Texas Physicians for Social Responsibility, we know which of our patients will suffer the most because of the failure to act: our patients who lack air conditioning, those living in substandard housing and on floodplains, and those without health insurance. It will be the elderly, infants, people with disabilities, non-English speakers and people of color.

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