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'It's Not Too Late to Change America's Coronavirus Future,' Writes Lecturer in Bioethics

Despite being slow to initially respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States can still improve the situation with quick science-informed action to help to mitigate the damage, writes Bioethics Lecturer Sara May Bergstresser, Ph.D., for Massive Science

Comparing the United States' response to the pandemic with that of nations like South Korea and Taiwan, Bergstresser takes an in-depth look at what the U.S. can still change about its response. 

"The US and South Korea detected their first cases on the same day, but the response was very different, particularly in virus testing," writes Bergstresser. 

Read the full article in Massive Science and learn more about the M.S. in Bioethics at Columbia University's School of Professional Studies.