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Dr. Fauci visits D.C. to battle vaccine hesistancy
S37 E2 - 7m 2s
Dr. Fauci and Muriel Bowser, mayor of D.C., visit the neighborhood of Anacostia and go door-to-door, encouraging residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and combating vaccine hesistancy.
Dr. Fauci on retiring
S37 E2 - 2m 2s
Dr. Anthony Fauci sits down with his wife, Dr. Christine Grady, to discuss retiring from his positions as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical advisor to the president.
Dr. Tony Fauci
S37 E2 - 2m 18s
Follow Dr. Anthony Fauci as he grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic and his 50-year career as the nation’s leading public health advocate. American Masters: Dr. Tony Fauci reveals a rarely seen side of the physician, husband and father as he confronts political backlash, a new administration and questions of the future.
How Dr. Fauci handled the AIDS crisis
S37 E2 - 4m 34s
Dr. Fauci's response to the AIDS crisis in the 1980s was first widely criticized by LGBTQIA+ activists. "We wanted treatment because we were sick ... And that's what led us to you," said AIDS activist David Barr. However, in later years he became a widely respected ally, eventually developing lifelong friendships with the activists.
Dr. Fauci's security
S37 E2 - 1m 46s
Since the spring of 2020, Dr. Fauci has had 24/7 security. You feel like you have to be aware all the time that there's a possible danger," said his wife, Dr. Christine Grady.
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