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 “These issues are not unfamiliar to the public health community in terms of risk communication,” said Glen Mays, a professor at the Colorado School of Public Health and an expert on health systems. “They’re kind of always with us.”“Everyone is very sensitive to that,” said Dr. Daniel Pastula, a professor of neurology, infectious disease and epidemiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. “We want to make sure everyone knows that monkeypox is not a gay disease, it’s not isolated to the gay community.”