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Public Classroom 2: Biomedicine and Race - Lecture


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Film Description:From molecules to pharmacogenetics, race has made its way into medical practice. Discussions surround how, or if, racial differences contribute to disease susceptibility within biomedical practice. Speakers include Martha Farah, Ph.D. John L. Jackson, Jr., Ph.D. Jay Kaufman, Ph.D. Dorothy Roberts, Ph.D. Carolyn Rouse, and moderator Taunya English

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Video Category:Lecture
Video Date:09/28/2016
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Tags: Medical practice | Race | Racism


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