Racial Health Disparities and Covid-19 - Caution and Context.

  title={Racial Health Disparities and Covid-19 - Caution and Context.},
  author={Merlin Chowkwanyun and Adolph Reed},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
Racial Health Disparities and Covid-19 In documenting Covid-19 racial disparities, we must contextualize such data with adequate analysis. Disparity figures without explanatory context can perpetua... 
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