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An intensive care doctor on how he learned to accept mortality, and whether coronavirus will shift public attitudes towards healthcare and how it's funded.
In the UK, a lack of testing has left us struggling to identify active cases of Covid-19. Developing a way to identify those who have already had the disease will be critical to fighting back.
We are the waterfront against which waves of Covid-19 patients are beginning to break.
Physician Sharon Moalem on the role our sex chromosomes play in immunity and genetic advantage.
Successive governments have failed to invest in care for the elderly. Now the NHS is paying the price.
Certain aspects of the way our government works will change fundamentally, and not all for the better.
Medical professionals have criticised the government after it published then retracted guidance on taking early abortion pills at home during the pandemic.
Comparing scientific research into climate change with new findings about coronavirus is a false equivalence. When we look at Covid-19, we need transparency and critical discussion in order to “trust the science”, say Eric Schliesser and Eric Winsberg.
The Covid-19 test is producing too many false negatives.
In a moment as uncertain as this, mathematical models must not be allowed to stifle human judgement or blur lines of responsibility.
I have been so affected by the national mood that I even bought a cauliflower.