Gun violence is among America’s most deadly and costly public health crises. But unlike other big killers — diseases like cancer and HIV or dangers like automobile crashes and cigarettes — sparse federal money goes to studying gun violence or preventing it.

Dr. Rebecca Cunningham spoke with Kaiser Health News about the role research plays in addressing public health crises. The 2024 National Research Conference for the Prevention of Firearm-Related Harms was also highlighted

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The Good Men Project

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