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Should medical research embrace racial differences in treatment efficacy?
Given some diseases are more common among people of particular races, it might make sense to test patients for those diseases based on their race.
that African American patients get tested for prostate cancer more often than white patients, because African Americans develop the cancer at a higher rate than white Americans. If more cancers are detected thanks to this approach, it could save lives.
The correlation between different races and socio-economic status are partially
for differences in symptoms, rather than race itself.