Interest in health disparities has shown geometric growth over the past twenty years. A primary contributor to this surge is the persistence of health disparities despite improvements in medical care and public health prevention initiatives. The number of studies on disparities associated with socioeconomic status as well as by race/ethnicity has increased dramatically. Researchers are asking more complex questions, and using more sophisticated approaches and methods. A deep and rich literature has developed in this area.
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