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About one in three patients would be reclassified to more severe chronic kidney disease stage
Black, Hispanic patients with cancer significantly less likely to use video telehealth versus White patients
In-hospital mortality higher for Asian patients, despite lower risk for hospital admission
Three specific goals can drive change in hypertension control in the United States
Elizabeth Murray, D.O., AAP spokesperson, discussed the highlights of this year's virtual conference with HD Live!
Despite progress, African Americans continue to have highest overall cancer death rate in the U.S.
Use higher among White children with type 1 diabetes versus Black and Hispanic children
Risk factors include male sex, older age at diagnosis, White race
Individual psychosocial resilience independently linked to higher LS7 score in Black adults
And non-Hispanic Black, Asian, Hispanic children less likely to have surgery than White children