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Tests of trainee doctors find signs of race bias in care

Study seeks root of known disparity

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / July 20, 2007

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Deeply imbedded attitudes about race influence the way doctors care for their African- American patients, according to a Harvard study that for the first time details how unconscious bias contributes to inferior care. (Full article: 1190 words)

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