Saad Ahmed

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Saad Ahmed is a rural physician, lecturer at the University of Toronto, and co-founder of the Critical Drugs Coalition. He has worked in remote and rural settings, in ERs and inpatient wards, which have informed and influenced his passion for action on the social determinants of health.

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by Ahmed Bagit Amirpouyan Namavarian Abdulwahab Sidiqi Kashif Pirzada Saad Ahmed

Canada must double-down on mRNA production to overcome vaccine nationalism

What is our Plan B if future disruptions arise this year? Are we going to continue to wait, allowing community spread, more variants and more deaths?

by Ahmed Bagit Amirpouyan Namavarian Abdulwahab Sidiqi Saad Ahmed Kashif Pirzada Urooj Khan

Anti-vaxxers may be a lost cause but the vaccine-hesitant must be brought on board

by Saad Ahmed

The government must take over the manufacturing of critical care drugs

This pandemic, like the Spanish flu at the height of the Progressive era, is a chance for a burst of creativity in policy-making and a commitment to building new institutions. 

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