Dhruv Khullar

physician and assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College and contributing editor at The New Yorker

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“There's a sadness or a frustration when you see so much death and disease due to something that we know is almost entirely preventable,” says Dhruv Khullar, physician at Weill Cornell…

A reality we can hope for is not COVID zero, but COVID that doesn't disrupt our daily lives, says doctor

“There's a sadness or a frustration when you see so much death and disease due to something that we know is almost entirely preventable,” says Dhruv Khullar, physician at Weill Cornell…

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