The U.S. Won’t Join a Global Vaccine Effort. That Could Have Big Costs – Barron’s

Read article - Quotes Kendall Hoyt, assistant professor of medicine, in an article about the United States' rejection of a World Health Organization-backed effort to pool resources behind at least nine vaccine candidates. "Here's the case where what's efficient and in our best interest is also fair," Hoyt said. "An opportunity for collaboration and diplomacy and wielding soft power—it's got everything any enlightened leader would want."