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Why Society Believes Blacks Feel Less Pain

Does the medical community believe that Blacks feel less pain? A new report says yes. Researchers conducted numerous experiments and concluded that the medical community is less likely to give Blacks pain meds, more likely to place hurt NFL players back into games after being injured and are more likely to have Blacks undergo painful procedures, the Huffington Post reported

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