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Medical research should embrace racial differences in treatment efficacy
If it were widely known that race was used as a factor in medical treatment, it could create distrust between racial minorities and the medical community.
A study released in 2016 demonstrates there is currently some
of the medical profession by African Americans.
If racial minorities believe that doctors may treat them differently based on their race, they may be less likely to seek medical attention.
Revelations of past disparities in treatment has been the source of tension and distrust.
People's decision to seek medical treatment is likely to be significantly more affected by whether they need treatment as opposed to their opinions on the medical community.