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Black babies more likely to survive when cared for by Black doctors, suggests new study

According to CDC, 2,546 Black infants died in the United States in 2017. Image: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Harry Kretchmer

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In 2017, the death rate for Black infants in the US was twice that of white babies. Image: CDC
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