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Should medical research embrace racial differences in treatment efficacy?
Genocide and other crimes committed against racial groups can have multigenerational effects. Researching and treating these effects requires us to take race into account.
of birth defects and higher rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Native Alaskan groups is often traceable to environmental populations. Doctors should take this into account when treating these populations.
Certain medical conditions that are common in American Indian populations can be
in part to the genetic effect of population collapse and other
after contact with Europeans.