David Malebranche (@DMalebranche )

David Malebranche

Bio Sexual health and HIV physician. Public health advocate. Writer. Activist. Human being. He/him/his
Location Atlanta, GA
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Account created 07-06-2015 15:35:36
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Android : The more studies I read about #COVID19 epidemiology and SARS-COV-2 transmission, the more I am convinced that all this has been exacerbated by and exposed our laxity in infection control protocols and practices.


Android : Amazing how anyone can act like a complete overhaul of police systems isn't necessary. Its not just "a few bad apples" - this is an overarching culture that needs to be gutted and restructured.

Handcuffing children? C'mon man...

And also... cuz Florida. smh. twitter.com/cnni/status/12…

Android : Singing A Change Is Gonna Come in honor of John Lewis. I connected with every word of this song & I hope you all received the message because a change is coming. Oh yes it is. Never give up! You never know when the change you prayed for will be knocking at your door! Keep pushing

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Android : I don’t know who needs to hear this in #AcademicTwitter but...

There's nothing friendly about a email titled "friendly reminder."

It's a violent assault on one's personal space and sense of inner peace.

Android : About to give a talk to some pre-med students on The HIV Racial Inequity among Black MSM for an HIV prevention Navigation Training Program. Thank you David Lee and the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science!! Excited!!!

Twitter Web App : SARS-COV2 is a coronavirus, like the ones that cause colds.

Only this cold could kill you. #COVID19

Children in schools are like petri dishes.

Let's not make the mistake we did with opening bars.

Follow science, not politicians. Keep our kids safe.


Twitter for iPad : This made me smile this morning...

Federer Surprises 2 Young girls playing Tennis on the Rooftop - Federer ... youtu.be/xLK2pNUpP28 via YouTube

Android : "Tying relief funding to revenue resulted in allocations largely unrelated to health or financial needs."

Why racial inequities persist.

Allocation of COVID-19 Relief Funding to Disproportionately Black Counties ja.ma/30Nhd6F via JAMA part of JAMA Network