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Science quarantined? Martin Kulldorff, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

More than a year into the global pandemic, Covid-19 still presents scientists and doctors with many puzzles. However, in the public domain, it’s surrounded by just as many dogmas, the challenging of which can prompt stricter isolation than the virus itself. Given how politicized the issue of Covid-19 has become, is there still room for genuine scientific discourse? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Martin Kulldorff, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.


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