Glenn Ellis, MPH

Glenn Ellis, MPH

@glennhealth

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Visiting Scholar Bioethics Center Tuskegee University; Bioethics Fellow at Harvard Medical School. Commentator; Columnist. https://t.co/Q0SdiYrxcw (tweets own)

Pennsylvania, USA
Joined on April 13, 2009
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"Nationwide, deaths are still hovering around 900 to 1,000 per day." https://t.co/bFC9bJbJxH

"Black young people who grow up in economic hardship are more likely at the end of the adolescence to show risk factors for later chronic diseases." https://t.co/ppZ29dnc6z @HMSbioethics @BioethicsCtrTU @newswise @APA

Racism Cost America $16 Trillion Over the Last 20 Years, Bank Finds https://t.co/SXNtRlEyp3 via @TheRoot

Remember: https://t.co/MY36Hxy0KR

There’s no work that can be done until and unless this is recognized as the starting point: https://t.co/6ZGvGg4LDY

“The aim of this lawsuit is to repeal this law and restock the shelves of stores visited by children and young adults with these fruit- and candy-flavored tobacco products.“ https://t.co/dssIr2njVz

Quoted @robertturnerphd

Join @hillcv17 on panel discussion about CTE, Alzheimer's Disease, and positive mental health. Bringing attention to the risks and rewards of playing football. @IstaartP @ISTAART @gmbreads @ytquiroz #DiversityPIA @mlzuelsdorff https://t.co/YseoeTy8Wn https://t.co/DGYGn5po7F

Join @hillcv17 on panel discussion about CTE, Alzheimer's Disease, and positive mental health. Bringing attention to the risks and rewards of playing football. @IstaartP @ISTAART @gmbreads @ytquiroz  #DiversityPIA @mlzuelsdorff https://t.co/YseoeTy8Wn https://t.co/DGYGn5po7F

Keep up the great work on this issue, @robertturnerphd! https://t.co/4w5n1IXaqN

"The color-coded phases remained a good indicator for which businesses were opening up, but it stopped reflecting the ongoing viral risk" https://t.co/lkctIvXTT5 @BioethicsCtrTU @HMSbioethics

“Truly, many of us, have reached our breaking points... Nevertheless, we cannot afford to forget how dangerous a period we are going into...“ https://t.co/H6c5cVxGCv @HMSbioethics @BioethicsCtrTU @PhillyTrib

“The change on Monday was the third time the CDC posted coronavirus guidance or recommendations only to reverse its stance.“ https://t.co/5qlOAvtj5Q @BioethicsCtrTU @HMSbioethics

"Don't worry about anything my heart, neither this pain is going to stay forever nor this life" 😌 - Rumi -

"Genentech Covid-19 trial both diverse and effective! A Genentech rheumatoid arthritis drug helped temper severity of pneumonia in people with Covid-19, new Phase 3 data show. About 85% of the 389 participants in the trial were Hispanic, Black, or Native American." @HMSbioethics

How can you understand more about the science of whether a COVID-19 vaccine will be safe and effective?Listen to my weekly heath segment, this Sunday, September 20th, on "Rewind with Patty Jackson" at 10:30am (EDT) on 105.3 WDAS-FM. live stream at https://t.co/vQ4rtBZT96

Quoted @SteveJoffe

The only way Bourla can say this with confidence is if he knows that 164 participants in the trial will have experienced a primary outcome event by early enough in October to collect the data, clean it, and do the analysis by the end of the month. Count me skeptical. https://t.co/IRseOJ6fSx https://t.co/Ws8u4a4bBd

The only way Bourla can say this with confidence is if he knows that 164 participants in the trial will have experienced a primary outcome event by early enough in October to collect the data, clean it, and do the analysis by the end of the month. 
Count me skeptical. https://t.co/IRseOJ6fSx https://t.co/Ws8u4a4bBd

Excellent observation, @SteveJoffe! I totally concur! https://t.co/O2bvbwnWR8

"Poverty dipped, but Philadelphia remained the poorest of the 10 most populous U.S. cities, and the only big city with a poverty rate above 20%." https://t.co/SZCUsCWmSt

Quoted @BhamTimes

ICYMI: "Up until now, the guidance stressed the importance of testing people who were in close contact with infected people. Now, without explanation, this is no longer recommended." @glennhealth #GlennEllis #COVID19 https://t.co/SvJ2LRiMJ7 https://t.co/gSvdvGJkyZ

ICYMI: "Up until now, the guidance stressed the importance of testing people who were in close contact with infected people. Now, without explanation, this is no longer recommended." @glennhealth #GlennEllis #COVID19  https://t.co/SvJ2LRiMJ7 https://t.co/gSvdvGJkyZ

"It has been barely a month, since the CDC, themselves, confirmed that 40 percent of all COIVD-19 cases in the United States are in people who don’t know that they are infected." @BioethicsCtrTU @HMSbioethics @CDCDirector https://t.co/wiZhKBmJQ2

ICYMI: "Up until now, the guidance stressed the importance of testing people who were in close contact with infected people. Now, without explanation, this is no longer recommended." @glennhealth #GlennEllis #COVID19  https://t.co/SvJ2LRiMJ7 https://t.co/gSvdvGJkyZ

ICYMI: "Up until now, the guidance stressed the importance of testing people who were in close contact with infected people. Now, without explanation, this is no longer recommended." @glennhealth #GlennEllis #COVID19 https://t.co/SvJ2LRiMJ7 https://t.co/gSvdvGJkyZ

"Like, seemingly, everything else about COIVD-19, Blacks/African Americans are carrying a much heavier burden as it relates to those with sickle cell disease. " https://t.co/73oJQ7OQqb @BioethicsCtrTU @HMSbioethics

September 15, 1963, the worst day of my life. 
Addie Mae Collins; Carole Robertson; Denise McNair; and Cynthia Wesley were all killed in the church bombing at the 16th Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. https://t.co/tGwaicM0SV
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September 15, 1963, the worst day of my life. Addie Mae Collins; Carole Robertson; Denise McNair; and Cynthia Wesley were all killed in the church bombing at the 16th Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. https://t.co/tGwaicM0SV

Quoted @DrRobinStevens

Amplifying so that health care professionals might stop advising black people to eat less fried chicken. - a go to explanation for health disparities. https://t.co/49B77HcIXa

What @DrRobinStevens said... https://t.co/rCLve8ywEd

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