‘Trump’s Muzzling’ Of U.S. Scientists Threatens Public Health, Canadian Professor Says

BMJ Blogs: Chris Simms: Trump and the role of data driven resistance in global health
Chris Simms, a professor at Canada’s Dalhousie University’s School of Health Administration, discusses “Trump’s muzzling of government scientists” and their efforts to resist, the potential impacts on global health issues, and the experiences of Canadian scientists who faced similar restrictions under Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2/10).

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