The Lancet: Structural racism, mass incarceration, and health care system fuel growing health inequalities in the USA|Health Consumer

Structural racism, including ongoing residential segregation and punitive drug laws, worsen health and fuel inequalities in the USA
The richest 1% of Americans now live 10-15 years longer than the poorest 1%, and health inequalities are growing
The authors call for reform of the ACA, towards a…
Source: The Lancet: Structural racism, mass incarceration, and health care system fuel growing health inequalities in the USA

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