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Factors Associated With Racial/Ethnic Group-Based Medical Mistrust and Perspectives on COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Participation and Vaccine Uptake in the US

Thompson, H. S., Manning, M., Mitchell, J., Kim, S., Harpter, F. W. K.

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This article details a survey study in Michigan to look at medical mistrust among Black participants. The results found that there is an association between Black race/ethnicity and COVID-19 vaccination uptake/trust and urges strategic approaches to targeting these populations.

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Advancing Racial Equity

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Black or African American

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