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Are Docs Biased When It Comes to Black Patients With HIV?

Blacks living with HIV/AIDS are more likely to be “chastised” for not taking their AIDS medications and reminded why adherence is important compared to white patients, says Brown University researchers. Their report suggests that doctors may talk more about adherence to patients of color because past data shows we are less likely to do so. 

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