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La investigación en materias de salud y su problema con la palabra "R"

Si la comunidad de salud pública va a abordar la injusticia, primero debe reconocer plenamente el racismo. Como Xicana orgullosa de entrar en el campo, invito a mis compañeros a ser parte del cambio.

La pandemia del COVID-19 ha puesto de relieve las inequidades del sistema de salud de los EE. UU-y el campo de la salud pública, que incluye las ramas de la epidemiología y la salud ambiental, ha sido durante mucho tiempo cómplice de mantener estas desigualdades.

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