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September 14, 2020

Impacts and solutions to race and health disparities on digestive diseases

Bilal Asif, MD, shares key takeaways from AGA's COVID-19: Race and Health Outcomes in GI symposium.
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Bilal Asif, MD

Bilal Asif, MD

Fellow
University of Maryland School of Medicine

As part of AGA’s new NIH-funded educational initiative, GI Forging Forward, the COVID-19: Race and Health Outcomes in GI webinar explored the disproportionate burden of the current pandemic on underserved populations. The panel was led by Rachel Issaka, MD, MAS, and Darrell Gray II, MD, MPH, and moderated by Folasade May, MD, PhD, MPhil. Here are six things I took away from this session:

COVID-19: Race and Health Outcomes in GI

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