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The Economic Imperative of Health Equity

"While the damage to people’s heath is well documented, less understood is the economic consequences of health inequity, particularly among men. A recent study from researchers at Johns Hopkins analyzed the data and found that inequity imposes huge costs on men of color. The study analyzed data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey and the National Vital Statistics to quantify the economic consequences of health disparities and found that the cost to African American and Hispanic men was billions of dollars..."

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