I.MDRTB Poverty and Inequality
a. Poverty, Inequality, and MDRTB: Myths and Mystifications
a.i. The social circumstances (poverty, medical access, etc.)
contributed to the negative biomedical outcomes of Blanca and
a.ii. Structural violence, or th
I. Effects of Life Coalition Activism
a. The LIFE Coalition retreated from activism in the 1980s because many moderate
pro-life activists became weary of being associated with people like the Lambs
and other extremists.
a.i. Such moderates have moved towa
Operation Rescue and the Rise of Antiabortion Violence: 1988-1944
a. Many important events in the abortion debate occurred between the first
publication of Contested Lives in 1989 and 1999.
b. In 1989 Webster v. Reproductive Health Services was the fir
The Heartland Then and Now
a. The Fargo Womens Health Organization, formed in 1981, has been an
example of the changes in the abortion controversy.
a.i. This Midwest town exemplifies the heartland, true America.
a.ii. The view of the heartland shifted
a. Common Ground groups across the nation are a conciliatory response in
1994 to lethal antiabortion violence.
b. Moderates on both sides began to work together to provide pregnant
women in crisis help.
c. They formed a national organizat
a. The abortion debate is still violent in Fargo, North Dakota, and elsewhere.
b. The Fargo Womens Health Organization is controversial for performing
c. The controversy around abortion undermines its availability as fewer medic
I. Care of People with HIV in the microlevel
a. Gotta Clean Up Your Act
a.i. One health worker claimed that HIV infected had to clean up their
act if they wanted the new drugs. This came out of the fact that
researchers worried that MDR forms of HIV would
I. Social Science of Health
a. Social Science and Immodest Claims of Causality
a.i. One could say that TB control programs in Haiti have failed due to
lack of commitment to the destitute sick.
a.ii. Compliance and outcome in Haiti were strongly related on