Osagie K. Obasogie

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A resounding debate has ensued over the utility of race in biomedical research, particularly as new drugs claiming to serve particular racial populations attempt to enter the marketplace. This creates a number of challenges for the Food and Drug Administration over how best to regulate new drugs seeking race specific indications. This article suggests that(More)
The mainstream narrative regarding the evolution of race as an idea in the scientific community is that biological understandings of race dominated throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries up until World War II, after which a social constructionist approach is thought to have taken hold. Many believe that the horrific outcomes of the most notorious(More)
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