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RACE, A MAJOR HEALTH OUTCOME VARIABLE:
A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE (A Selected Bibliography)

W. Michael Byrd, MD, MPH
Linda A. Clayton, MD, MPH

HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH SCIENTISTS
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

January, 1997

 


 
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