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A brief history of inequity in the practice of medicine & medical experimentation with Harriet A. Washington

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A brief history of inequity in the practice of medicine & medical experimentation with Harriet A. Washington

A lot has to do with the ability to admit the painful truth about American racism in healthcare and then to make the equally painful changes that it requires,” says…
November 24, 2021

A brief history of inequity in the practice of medicine & medical experimentation with Harriet A. Washington

A lot has to do with the ability to admit the painful truth about American racism in healthcare and then to make the equally painful changes that it requires,” says Harriet A. Washington, medical ethicist, American writer, and the author of Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present and Carte Blanche

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