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seem to suggest that certain diseases or genetic differences
are linked to race. Whether it's rates of heart disease
and hypertension, the efficacy of "tailored medicines"
or evidence of population differences, some research results
seem to follow racial lines. Yet many scientists maintain
that race is not biological and should not be regarded
as a meaningful indicator in medicine or scientific research.
How do we make sense of this?