I wrote about the implications of Trump’s election for Big Pharma — and how we should respond, for The Hill.
My thoughts on the background of the EpiPen mess and how to solve it, today in Jacobin.
I have a review in the New Republic on Peter Kramer’s new book Ordinarily Well, on the essential question of whether antidepressants indeed work.
Today in Jacobin I take on the case of skyrocketing pharmaceutical prices – exemplified by the price hike of pyrimethamine – and discuss how we might create a more just pharmaceutical framework.
Nowadays, it’s not only radicals who are recognizing the rising problem of inequality. Between Bill de Blasio’s mayoral inauguration, Obama’s pointed speech early last month, and Pope Francis’ critique of trickle down economics in November, the rhetoric of Occupy Wall Street seems to be going mainstream …
See the article on the Truthout website here.