Staff Writer Joyce Sunday discusses the genital mutilation of women in African culture.
The standard clinical trial process poses some unique ethical dilemmas when time is scarce. Staff Writer Alexandra Reich writes about how these factors are playing out in the 2014 Ebola epidemic.
The development of a viable Ebola vaccine is something many groups want to see happen as quickly as possible. But for some the lingering controversy over stem cell research raises some concerns. By Staff Writer Jubilee Cheung
How does the CDC’s response to the 2014 Ebola epidemic compare to its handling of the 1980 AIDS outbreak? By Staff Writer Alexandra Reich.
Staff Writer Siru (Rose) Zhu talks about the tenuous status of African immigrants in Guanzhou, one of China’s largest cities.