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Pain in Children is Often Ignored — For Children of Color, It’s Even Worse

This article discusses racial disparities in pediatric pain treatment and quotes Dr. Ron Wyatt, IHI Senior Fellow. He said that false beliefs about biological differences between Black people and white people, dating back to slavery, have had lasting effects on how people of color are treated in medical settings.

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