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Fixing Racial Inequities In Lupus Care

November 21, 2023


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Black patients with lupus, on average, get diagnosed later than their non-Black counterparts and, as a result, experience more severe symptoms and increased risk of death. U-M co-authors Rachel Bergmans, M.P.H., Ph.D., and Michelle Kahlenberg, M.D., Ph.D., discuss the importance of lupus awareness and trust in patient-doctor relationships in addressing racial inequities.

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