“We attribute our findings that differ from other studies to early treatment…”
Politics or science?
“Let me be the first to say, ‘Good riddance, bullsh***ers.'”
“It had to be one way or the other.”
“An employee listed as a science editor appears to be a science fiction author…”
Plus: Hey, we don’t have to cancel political conventions — yet.
“If there was ever hope for this drug, this is the death of it.”
“I’m like, ‘How can I be sick? How? I’m on the hydroxychloroquine.'”
“The hype is probably overblown on both sides.”
“We don’t think at this point, given the totality of evidence, that it is reasonable to routinely give this drug to patients.”
“This study is not a red light. It’s a yellow caution light.”
The sin of saying “thank you”
“I am speaking out because to combat this deadly virus, science — not politics or cronyism — has to lead the way.”
“The best news is that most of our patients have already been discharged, which is great.”
“I don’t think it’s making a difference.”
Thanks, Nana and Pop-Pop
Now they tell us.
“It is irresponsible to promote this drug at this time.”
“My qualifications in terms of looking at the science is that I’m a social scientist.”
Pettiness in a time of crisis
Thinking outside the red-tape box.
“On this scale, I think it is unprecedented. I have never seen anything like this.”
“Use this treatment cocktail early, and don’t wait until a patient is on a ventilator in the intensive-care unit.”
Actor Daniel Dae Kim, who has had rolls in Lost and Hawaii Five-0, made news last Thursday when he announced …
“President Trump has just called Roger Stone to let him know…”
Spotlight on trade and immigration
What could go wrong?