If you read nothing else this weekend, read this masterful profile from , who has covered Fauci for three decades
Anthony Fauci has developed a method for dealing with complicated political leaders in times of crisis: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’ ”
“Everyone died,” Anthony Fauci said, about the AIDS crisis. “I was used to treating people who had little hope and then saving their lives––that was so wonderful. But, with AIDS in those days, I saved no one. It was the darkest time of my life.”
“Everyone died,” Anthony Fauci said, about the AIDS crisis. “I was used to treating people who had little hope and then saving their lives––that was so wonderful. But, with AIDS in those days, I saved no one. It was the darkest time of my life.”
What I think of Anthony Fauci. In ten thousand words or less for next issue of
RIP Larry Kramer. Only recently (because of covid19) did I learn of the history between Larry Kramer and Anthony Fauci. I think it's a beautiful example of opinions evolving, friendship, and finding common goals:
Perhaps not since the Vietnam era, when Walter Cronkite was routinely described as the most trusted man in America, has the nation depended so completely on one person to deliver a daily dose of plain talk. This time it’s Anthony Fauci.
Anthony Fauci has developed a method for dealing with complicated political leaders in times of crisis: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’ ”
Anthony Fauci has developed a method for dealing with complicated political leaders in times of crisis: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’ ”
“You stay completely apolitical and non-ideological, and you stick to what it is that you do. I’m a scientist and I’m a physician. And that’s it.” How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor via
Anthony Fauci has developed a method for dealing with complicated political leaders in times of crisis: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’ ”
“Everyone died,” Anthony Fauci said, about the AIDS crisis. “I was used to treating people who had little hope and then saving their lives––that was so wonderful. But, with AIDS in those days, I saved no one. It was the darkest time of my life.”
“I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’”
This piece by is incredible. If you have heard the name Dr. Anthony Fauci, please read...ergo everyone please read! Physician, scientist, pragmatist, strategist, advocate, hero for our time. #COVID19
Michael Specter on Fauci. Brilliant.
“When you go into the White House, you should be prepared that that is the last time you will ever go in. Because if you go in saying, I’m going to tell somebody something they want to hear, then you’ve shot yourself in the foot.” Great ⁦
“You stay completely apolitical and non-ideological,” Fauci says. “I’m a scientist and I’m a physician. And that’s it.” How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor | Great article about Tony Fauci in ⁦⁩ Good to hear that his personal book of philosophy is “The Godfather”, “nothing personal, all business”.
“There are strict scientific principles that have to be adhered to in medicine. At the same time, a humanistic touch is needed in dealing with people. You have to combine social aspects, ethical aspects, personal aspects with cold, clean science.” A Fauci
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor . Great Profile. Lots to learn about #HIV experience and partnering with activists like Larry Kramer to understand the problem.
So many great details about Anthony Fauci in this Profile but this may be my fave, on dealing with political leaders: Fauci: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.’ ”
"Faced with mounting evidence that his cautious approach made no sense, he did something that few public officials do: he reversed himself...'I had to change'"
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How #TonyFauci Became America’s Doctor: A proper investment in both research and emergency preparedness would have prevented at least some of the unspeakable human loss we are now experiencing and the economic crash that has just begun.
How the AIDS epidemic taught Anthony Fauci to listen to patients. Great, in-depth profile.
“a guard came & politely told me to leave, since my dirty boots were soiling the floor. I..said proudly that I would be attending this institution...’Right, kid, & next year I am going to be Police Commissioner.’ Fauci graduated 1st in his class”
Fauci's turnaround during the AIDS epidemic is a good example of what can be achieved when someone manages to take someone else literally. from:
Anthony Fauci: “You stay completely apolitical and non-ideological, and you stick to what it is that you do. I’m a scientist and I’m a physician. And that’s it.” | The New Yorker
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor ⁦⁩. This was my best weekend read so far. “The remarkable journey of an American Hero: Anthony Fauci, MD”
Felt the need to tweet 's profile of Tony Fauci from April. No idea why.
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor
How #AnthonyFauci Became America’s Doctor via &
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor - Terrific profile in ⁦⁩. ⁦⁩ you would enjoy reading this!
Weekend Reading: Outstanding review by on America's doctor, Dr. Anthony Fauci: "I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business."
One man, trying to save us. God Bless You, Dr Fauci.
You may agree and sometimes disagree with Dr. Fauci on #COVID2019 but this piece on him is worth your time if you’re looking for a Sunday evening reading.
How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor | ⁦⁩ A must read! biography of a legend!! Who has the audacity to tell the truth to power!!
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fascinating account. In the late 1980s, Dr. Fauci was initially put off by AIDS activists. Then he began to consider dying patients' perspective on clinical trials, placebos.. #advocacy #RCTs #ACTUP via
Very true and great read!
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Great profile of Anthony Fauci in the
Fauci: “I give the appearance of being optimistic. But, deep down, I just do everything I possibly can, assuming that the worst will happen, and I’ve got to stop the worst from happening.”
This is really good. How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor via
There is so much we owe to Dr. Tony Fauci & his leadership #IStandWithDrFauci How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor | The New Yorker
Very important article from notes research on “platform vaccines,” which ought to become a policy priority. Also after covid, perhaps rigorous vaccination programs for season flu and pneumonia – USA could do a lot better at both. via
This profile of Anthony Fauci is astonishing in so many ways. This passage in particular, in the context of COVID-19 and desperate repurposing efforts, is a full-on gut check.
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A great read on #Fauci - with gems on how to deal with dissenting bosses like: “I go to my favorite book of philosophy, ‘The Godfather,’ and say, ‘It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.” #NewYorker
This expose is a mix of biography in the vein of “Brothers Emmanuel,” intro to epidemiology & virology, mixed with a little utopia about what could be possible with investment in public health. (+ a dose of an old boys’ club.) A good read! #COVID19