To What Extent Are Calls for Greater Minority Representation in COVID Vaccine Research Ethically Justified?

American Journal of Bioethics 21 (2):99-101 (2021)
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In this commentary, we take up Yearby’s call for racism-sensitive research and apply this to the discourse regarding race and diversity in COVID vaccine research. We consider whether efforts...



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