Two Black university leaders urged their campuses to join a #COVID19 vaccine trial. The backlash was swift. Eye-opening debut story in by via
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The episode reveals the challenges historically Black universities face as they seek to leverage their legacies of trust within African American communities to bolster lagging Black enrollment in #Covid19 vaccine trials, writes via
The presidents of two historically Black universities urged their communities to enroll in a Covid-19 vaccine clinical trial. They were stunned by the fierce backlash that followed their joint letter, reports
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Two Black university leaders urged their campuses to join a #Covid19 vaccine trial. The backlash was swift via
The backlash was swift, writes, after two Black university leaders urged their campuses to join a Covid-19 vaccine trial.
Letter urging Covid-19 vaccine trial participation at historically Black universities sparks backlash ("Tuskegee, Tuskegee," wrote one objector)
The presidents of two historically Black universities signed up for Covid-19 vaccine trials and encouraged students to do the same. A great piece on why that felt important to them, and why there was a backlash.
Two Black university leaders urged their campuses to join a Covid-19 vaccine trial: The backlash was swift via
1/n Tuskegee (Syphilis Study of 1932 to 1972) gets a mention here. Yet it's a common problem; if minorities don't enrol in vaccine trials, the risk exists that the vaccine may have more side-effects later for minorities.