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HopkinsMedLIVE: Bias From Bench to Bedside

Video   May 29, 2020


HopkinsMedLIVE: Bias From Bench to Bedside is a new series that focuses on Johns Hopkins Medicine's commitment to providing the best care for our patients.

There is a history of unequal access to health care for many groups. In this live panel discussion, Johns Hopkins scientists discuss bias in medicine and address what can be done to give everyone the opportunity to live a healthy life.

Technology Networks interviewed Namandje N. Bumpus, Ph.D, one of the three panelists in this video to learn more on the topic. Read more on bias and drug response below. 

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