In ‘Fauci,’ An Up Close Look At ‘America’s Doctor’Scott Simon speaks with Michael Specter, a staff writer at the New Yorker, about his new biography about Dr. Anthony Fauci and his career as one America’s leading scientists.
SIMON: Let me ask you about the period of the AIDS crisis and maybe what Dr. Fauci learned.
SIMON: We have a clip about Dr. Fauci encountering a man in San Francisco who was living with AIDS.
SIMON: In your audiobook, there’s a clip from C-SPAN, November 1993 – Dr. Fauci and the late activist Larry Kramer.
The thing about Fauci is when he’s wrong, he actually then changes and says he’s wrong.