Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, one of the nation's oldest and largest historically Black American academic health science centers dedicated to educating physicians, dentists, researchers, and health policy experts, sought better rates of health equity by exploring renal failure in underserved population.
The college had two principal areas of focus. Firstly, they sought to explore their medical data to build a better understanding of the disparities surrounding Black Americans being more at risk for renal failure. Second, they wanted to develop new testing and mitigation efforts to expand resources applied to the selected population.
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