A deep dive discussion of the effects of race in healthcare and beyond.

Dr. Ian Tong is a Black physician, a clinical assistant professor at Stanford, and the Chief Medical Officer of Included Health. We explore stereotype threat, biological weathering, equity vs. equality, structural racism in America, bias in healthcare and medical admissions, the effects of zip code & social determinants of health, and MUCH more. Here’s his STAT op ed.
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