The tragic legacy of the Tuskegee Study

The tragic legacy of the Tuskegee Study

 

Tuskegee Study

Stanford Health Policy’s Marcella Alsan — an economist and professor of medicine — and her colleague, Marianne Wanamaker at the University of Tennessee, have published a working paper with the National Bureau of Economic Research about the correlation between the Tuskegee Study and the medical mistrust among African-American men today. This blog looks at the media coverage the paper has received.

Tuskegee and the Health of Black Men

A Generation of Bad Blood

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