Publication Date

May 2013

Advisor(s)

Mary Ann Clawson

Major

Sociology

Language

English (United States)

Abstract

Using a case study of a congestive heart failure, BiDil, patented in 2005 for use only in African Americans, I attempt to understand and analyze how the movement of racialized medicine has informed and effected American understandings of race, racial identity, and health.

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