Magazine gives unconvincing excuse for removing opinion piece. Read more about Why did Scientific American censor Gaza solidarity call?
Academic medicine is not immune from political censorship. Read more about The Lancet censors Gaza health letter after pro-Israel pressure
Doctors say Gaza epidemic would be preventable injustice “rooted in decades of Israeli oppression.” Read more about Johns Hopkins COVID-19 map faulted for erasing Palestinians
Medical services and mental health needs for Palestinians in Lebanon’s refugee camps have been sorely neglected. Read more about Hidden health crisis for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, says new study
For three years now a United Kingdom medical journal The Lancet has been working with Palestinian health professionals and researchers to document the effects of stressful living — coping with economic difficulties and shortages, restrictions on movement, political tensions and fear of outside attack — and has just published its latest findings. Read more about Israeli checkpoints kill women in childbirth, says new study
Year by year, the warnings of Gaza’s health crisis grow more dire, with the latest warning from Gaza’s Ministry of Health stating the Strip is at emergency levels of medical supplies. Read more about Medical supplies at crisis level, Gaza health ministry warns
Israel’s watchdog body on medical ethics has failed to investigate evidence that doctors working in detention facilities are turning a blind eye to cases of torture, according to Israeli human rights groups. The Israeli Medical Association (IMA) has ignored repeated requests to examine such evidence, the rights groups say, even though it has been presented with examples of Israeli doctors who have broken their legal and ethical duty towards Palestinians in their care. Jonathan Cook reports. Read more about Israeli doctors colluding in torture of Palestinian detainees
The phrase “rubber bullets” was used to describe rubber-coated metal bullets, heavy steel projectiles with a thin coating of rubber, that are regularly used to lethal effect alongside — not instead of — live ammunition. Read more about Misleading terminology: "Rubber" bullets