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Peer Reviewed 48 NEONATOLOGY TODAYtwww.NeonatologyToday.nettMay 2021 Readers can also follow NEONATOLOGY TODAY via our Twitter Feed @NEOTODAY Ariane Marie-Mitchell, MD I remember learning in medical school about differences in disease rates by race, gender, and age. These were presented as facts, such as the fact that African-Americans have higher rates of diabetes than Whites or that women have higher rates of depression than men. I remember assuming, or maybe even being told, that differencesdoi:10.51362/neonatology.today/202151654850 fatcat:vll56bte6rdkxmjwbxee77dyqe