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Virginia Commonwealth University: A Genetic Variation Could Help Explain the High Rate of COVID-19 Among African Americans
October 16, 2020
RICHMOND, Virginia, Oct. 16 (TNSJou) -- Virginia Commonwealth University issued the following news:

VCU Massey Cancer Center Director Robert Winn, M.D., recently collaborated on research that identified a genetic factor that could partly account for the high prevalence of COVID-19 in African Americans. The study, published in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, provides "a strong argument" for using existing blood pressure and heart failure drugs to manage . . .

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