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“…2000, Lane & Lip 2001). Diverse explanations have been proposed for the ethnic disparities including physiological, behavioural and socioeconomic factors (Cooper & Kaufman 1998, Cooper 1999, Bosworth et al . 2006, Moran et al .…”
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“…2000, Lane & Lip 2001). Diverse explanations have been proposed for the ethnic disparities including physiological, behavioural and socioeconomic factors (Cooper & Kaufman 1998, Cooper 1999, Bosworth et al . 2006, Moran et al .…”
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“…D ifferent socially identified groups have different rates of diseases, [1][2][3][4] leading to intense study, debate on the possible causes of such health disparities and controversy about the use of racial classification in medicine, biomedical research in general [5][6][7] and genetics research in particular. 8 9 Although some suggest that there may be no biological basis for race and therefore racial categories will be misleading in the search for biological differences underlying health disparities, 10 others believe that race may correlate to some genetic factors associated with disease states, and that too much important information may be missed if race is not considered.…”
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“…Science is not context free, and the context surrounding race or ethnicity‐based research includes social stratification, is political in nature, and is emotionally charged 4 . This context is inherently biased by latent assumptions that minority populations are fundamentally different from the white population and that disparities are, therefore, somehow immutable 5 . Studies of this type should be much more deliberate in attempting to deconstruct racial differences into mechanisms that can be directly addressed by policies and programs 6…”
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