Health inequities to blame for high rheumatic fever rates
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Health inequities to blame for high rheumatic fever rates

Auckland : New Zealand | May 12, 2011 at 2:47 PM PDT
Source: Scoop
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The editorial Reducing a striking health inequality published in today's New Zealand Medical Journal (attached) states that Maori are 20 times and Pacific people 37 times more likely to be admitted to hospital with first time acute rheumatic fever than people of European or other ethnicity. FULL ARTICLE AT Scoop
 
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