<p>The vast majority of medical research participants in the U.S. are white. Drugviu collects health-related information from people of color so they can get medical advice that applies to them.</p><br /><p>Though low income and &#x201C;suspicion toward medical research&#x201D; have been used to explain why people of color generally receive worse healthcare in the U.S. than their white counterparts, the matter is more complicated&#x2014;and entwined with institutional racism. Studies show that even wealthier black Americans, for example, stand to have poorer health than white people living in the U.S.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><div class="feedflare"><br /> <br /></div>
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