Health Humanities and Medical Sociology


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Today’s Crisis Standards of Care: A Death Knell for the Less-Abled

by Vignesh Subramanian, December 3, 2021 As of November 2021, nine U.S. states – Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona – have either officially activated statewide crisis standards of care or have been on the brink of declaring their activation. The news comes as several more states, including the southern…

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Racial and Gendered Stratification of The Reproductive Justice Movement

by Zarya Shaikh, November 3, 2021 The birth control movement, infertility treatments, and abortion rights campaign deliver liberation to all who benefit from them. Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) folx are not the intended benefactors of these initiatives. BIPOC individuals, particularly those with lower socioeconomic status in comparison with their white counterparts, are…

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