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How Sci-Fi Creates Better Doctors

One bioethicist at UTHealth uses science fiction to educate medical students about racial bias

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A philosopher by training, Keisha Ray, who now researches racial disparity in health care, has never been scared to ask big, bold questions about humanity.




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Ashley Abramson

Ashley Abramson

Writer-mom hybrid. Health & psychology stories in NYT, WaPo, Allure, Real Simple, & more.

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